On Geopolitics

Mexico, on the Edge of Now

Reva Goujon
VP of Global Analysis, Stratfor
May 3, 2016 | 09:01 GMT
A freeway divides rich and poor sections of Santa Fe, Mexico City. Mexico will be growing in lockstep with the United States, with the potential to join the top 10 economies in the world within a matter of years. But the time has come for Mexico to face its demons.
A freeway divides rich and poor sections of Santa Fe, Mexico City. Mexico will be growing in lockstep with the United States, with the potential to join the top 10 economies in the world within a matter of years. But the time has come for Mexico to face its demons.
REVA GOUJON/STRATFOR

As Mexico City's influence gradually migrates from the borderland to Washington, Mexico will be growing in lockstep with the United States, with the potential to join the top 10 economies in the world within a matter of years. But this is a future that is still difficult for Mexico to internalize....

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