Mexico's Politics and Society in Transition
As electoral politics in Mexico have become more open and democratic, the country's economy also has been thoroughly restructured and new ideas about government, state-society relations, and Mexico's place in the international system have taken hold. Mexico's Politics and Society in Transition explores these interrelated trends. Offering fresh perspectives on the contemporary problems on the Mexican agenda, the authors cogently discuss the politics of change, the challenges of social development, and the realities of building a productive, mutually beneficial U.S.-Mexico relationship.
- Paperback | 350 pages
- 149.9 x 226.1 x 25.4mm | 453.6g
- 01 Nov 2002
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
- illustrated Edition
Table of contents
Prologue - J.G. Castaneda, Foreign Affairs Ministry of Mexico. Introduction - J.S. Tulchin and A.D. Selee. The Politics Of Change. After the Second of July: Challenges and Opportunities for the Fox Administration - C. Elizondo. Security and Governance: The Urgent Need for State Reform - R. B. Manaut. Mexican Labor at a Crossroads - K. Burgess. Mexico's Unfinished Symphony: The Zapatista Movement - R. Stavenhagen. The Role of Women in the New Mexico - M. Lamas. Transition or Restructuring of Society? - I. Bizberg. The Economics Of Change And The Challenge Of Social Development. A Long View of Mexico's Political Economy: What's Changed? What Are the Challenges? - M. Pastor and C. Wise. NAFTA and the WTO's Role in Transforming Mexico's Economic System - S. Clarkson. The Challenges to Rural Mexico in an Open Economy - K. Appendini. Economic Reform and Development: What Have We Learned? - G. Ranis. Mexicans Abroad. Building Transnational Ties: Mexicans in the United States - S. Pitti. Campaigning for Change: Reinventing NAFTA to Serve Migrant Communities - R.L. Bach. Conclusion. Toward a New Partnership with Mexico - J.S. Tulchin and A.D. Selee.
About Joseph S. Tulchin
Joseph S. Tulchin is director of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Andrew Selee is senior program associate in the Latin American Program.