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Mexico Becomes a Stable, Politically Diverse Neighbor

dwhite892 Wrote: Apr 08, 2013 11:54 PM
So true, I tried to teach them for 18 years in an inner city H.S. The few I reached had to suffer much harassment from their Mexican friends who keep trying to bully them back into the more 'Fs" you got on a report card was a badge of honor.
We Americans are lucky, though we seldom reflect on it, that we have good neighbors.

In East Asia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines face challenges from China over islands they have long claimed in the East China Sea.

In Europe, Germany and other prosperous nations face demands for subsidies from debt-ridden nations to avoid the collapse of the Euro.

When Southern Europeans look across the Mediterranean, they see Muslim nations facing post-Arab spring upheaval and disorder.

The United States has land borders with just two nations, Canada (on which more on another day) and Mexico, where Barack Obama is...

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