When President Obama dined with Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto this month at the Mexican leader’s official residence, the meal started with “laminas de atun,” thin slices of tuna. The appetizer was not a surprising choice. Mexico has tried to get its yellowfin tuna on American plates for decades. Show More Summary
The office of President Enrique Pena Nieto sent out the above photograph among the many photos that it moved during the visit of President Barack Obama on Thursday and Friday. It looks like an ordinary news photo until you look closely at the handshake. A mysterious "third hand" is there....
A SENSE has emerged in the American media during President Obama’s visit to Mexico on May 2nd and 3rd that he and his Mexican counterpart, Enrique Peña Nieto, are skirting the most controversial (read important) issue in the relationship: drugs and violence. Show More Summary
Among the issues Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto may wish to discuss with President Barack Obama during his Mexico visit is little-noticed border crossing tax language tucked inside Obama’s 2014 budget. “Buried deep in the section...Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has just left Mexico City after a little less than 24 hours in the city. He spoke publicly on two occasions and held two private sessions with President Enrique Pena Nieto, including a working dinner Thursday night. In his public remarks, Obama was quite effusive about changes...
There was a lot of drug-war hand-wringing in the U.S. leading up to President Barack Obama’s visit to Mexico this week. That’s because Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto is in change-the-conversation mode: he wants the world, especially...Show More Summary
President said during a joint press conference with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto that he likes the odds of Congress passing an immigration bill this year. Obama said that the bill crafted by the so-called Gang of Eight is not the exact bill he would have written, but is ”a great place to start.”
Drug policy and immigration reform also on the agenda for talks between Obama and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
President Barack Obama met Thursday with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, and the White House released a joint U.S.-Mexico statement on their meeting. Here is the text of the statement:
President Obama will hold a joint press conference from Mexico City with President Enrique Peña Nieto beginning at approximately 5:10pm ET. Obama arrived in Mexico City Thursday morning for a trip that is expected to focus on economic trade and immigration issues.
U.S. President Barack Obama and his Mexican colleague, Enrique Peña Nieto, are expected to discuss topics including immigration, security and bilateral trade when they meet later today. Human rights activists hope that both leaders will also focus on human rights abuses that have increasingly taking place in Mexico. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama departed for Mexico Thursday morning, setting off for a meeting with his counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto. The trip is expected to focus on trade, economic growth and immigration.
Ubisoft released a video walkthrough of Mariachi Madness, one of the crazy levels included in Rayman Legends. A small taste of Mexico just in time for Obama's visit to Enrique Pena Nieto, but it's very unlikely Michel Ancel's game will deal with such themes as illegal immigration and drug cartels. But after all, who knows?
Screen grab of Mexican flagPresident Barack Obama and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto may have hoped that drugs and violence would not grab most of the headlines of their Thursday summit in Mexico City. But events may be....
Fraying cooperation in the drug war will surely be top of mind as President Obama meets with his counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico this week. And perhaps nothing encapsulates Mexico's growing impatience with America's heavy-handed approach to combating drug trafficking than this nugget from a New York Times report on Tuesday. Show More Summary
When President Barack Obama sits down with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto tomorrow, the topic of Asia is likely to be lurking in the background. That’s because Peña Nieto has made diversifying Mexico’s trading partners to reduce dependency on the U.S. Show More Summary
Mexico: President Enrique Peña Nieto’s push for major reform in areas such as banking, telecommunications, and oil production could be in jeopardy partly due to allegations of vote buying by the ruling party. Latin America: Over 1800...Show More Summary
President Enrique Pena Nieto suspends plans to present banking sector overhaul, raising doubts about reform promises.
ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO has made a promising start as Mexico's president, according to this week's print edition of The Economist. But he still has a lot to do: the trickiest parts of his ambitious reform agenda are yet to come. Other stories...Show More Summary
Mexico City (CNN) – U.S. President Barack Obama will head to Mexico in May, officials said. Obama accepted Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's invitation to visit Wednesday morning, Mexico's foreign ministry said in a statement.