Andrés Manuel López Obrador
'I Am Not a Coward': Key Takeaways From the President of Mexico's Letter to Trump
As Trump announced he would raise tariffs on Mexican goods, the president of Mexico published an open letter to Trump.
Mexico Asked Spain to Apologize for Its Conquest. Spain Said No.
The Spanish government rejected the Mexican president's demand, suggesting Spain's invasion of the Americas shouldn't be judged through our modern lens.
López Obrador Takes on Corruption and Poverty in Mexico Through Austerity
The president has proposed cutting the salaries of public officials, including his own, slashing federal budgets, and laying off 70 percent of non-unionized federal workers.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador Brings an Aggressive Approach to the Presidency
A lengthy transition period has given Mexicans a preview of how the fiery leftist leader will run his six-year term.
Viewfinder: Mexican Villagers Protest Displacement and Pressure the President-Elect
People from San Salvador Atenco, a town outside of Mexico City, protest the construction of a new international airport on August 14th, 2018.
Viewfinder: Lopez Obrador Wins Mexico's General Elections by a Landslide
Mexico's newly elected President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, representing the Juntos Haremos Historia Party, cheers his supporters at the Zocalo Square after winning general elections, in Mexico City, on July 1st, 2018.
'It's Not Only About Justice': The Many Issues—and Controversies—That Could Determine Mexico's Presidential Election
We sat down with Viridiana Rios, a fellow at the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute, to talk about the problems and policies that have shaped this election season.