Citations with the tag: UNITED States -- Borderlands -- Mexico
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- Border Tales.
// Columbia Journalism Review; Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p10
An interview with journalist Alfredo Corchado is presented. When asked about an editorial published in the newspaper "El Diario de Ju�rez," he comments on the reactions of readers and the perspectives of residents of towns on the U.S.-Mexico border experiencing violence caused by drug cartels....
- THE ALL-SEEING BORDER.
Ravindran, Sandeep // Popular Science; Apr2010, Vol. 276 Issue 4, p30
No abstract available.
- McGauley: We must secure the U.S. border.
Rupkalvis, David // Graham Leader; 8/4/2010, Vol. 134 Issue 102, p1A
The article reports on the legal issue on securing the U.S. border with Mexico, emphasizing the immigrants and racial concerns. It features Shannon McGauley, founder of the Texas Minutemen, offering his perspective about the issue on the Young County Republican women. McGauley depicted the tasks...
- Spatial Proximity to the U.S.-Mexico Border and Newspaper Coverage of Immigration Issues.
Branton, Regina P.; Dunaway, Johanna // Political Research Quarterly; Jun2009, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p289
This article examines how geographic proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border influences newspaper coverage of immigration issues. The authors investigate two questions: Do media organizations spatially proximate to the border offer more frequent coverage of Latino immigration than media...
- The Borders Within: Encounters Between Mexico and the U.S.
Valentine, Patrick M. // Multicultural Review; Winter2008, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p74
The article presents a review of the book "The Borders Within: Encounters Between Mexico and the U.S.," by Douglas Monroy.
- Justice Department Calls U.S. Border 'Easily Breached.'.
Jeffrey, Terence P. // Human Events; 7/13/2009, Vol. 65 Issue 24, p7
The author comments on the failure of the U.S. government to prevent border crossings of Mexican drug cartels based on the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) reports. The reports claim that Mexican drug smugglers allegedly pay taxes to gatekeepers which then go to the Drug Trafficking...
- Smuggling Illegal versus Legal Goods across the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Structural Equations Model Approach.
Buehn, Andreas; Eichler, Stefan // Southern Economic Journal; Oct2009, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p328
We study the smuggling of illegal and legal goods across the U.S.-Mexico border from 1975 to 2004. Using a Multiple Indicators Multiple Causes (MIMIC) model we test the microeconomic determinants of both smuggling types and reveal their trends. We find that illegal goods smuggling decreased from...
- Border Battles: The Future of Border Security Technology along the US - Mexican Border.
Buehn, Andreas; Eichler, Stefan // Military Technology; 2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p53
The article reports on the development of border security technologies in the U.S.-Mexican border. It mentions that illegal immigrants, drug traffickers and terrorism have prompted the U.S. government in establishing a heightened security measures to prevent such activities. It also notes that...
- Bandits, Captives, Heroines, and Saints: Cultural Icons of Mexico's Northwest Borderlands.
Peterson, David // Western American Literature; Summer2010, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p190
The article reviews the book "Bandits, Captives, Heroines, and Saints: Cultural Icons of Mexico�s Northwest Borderlands," by Robert McKee Irwin.
- Spaces of Law in American Foreign Relations: Extradition and Extraterritoriality in the Borderlands and Beyond, 1877-1898.
McKiernan-Gonzalez, John // Southwestern Historical Quarterly; Oct2012, Issue 116, p215
A review of the book "Spaces of Law in American Foreign Relations: Extradition and Extraterritoriality in the Borderlands and Beyond, 1877-1898," by Daniel S. Margolies is presented.
- Borderlands of Modernity and Abandonment: The Lines within Ambos Nogales and the Tohono O�odham Nation.
Cadava, Geraldo L. // Journal of American History; Sep2011, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p362
The article discusses the Mexican-U.S. border, comparing the borderlands of Arizona's Tohono O�odham reservation and Ambos Nogales, or the community of Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. It focuses on the period since the mid-twentieth century, examining border walls and border...
- Border Dilemmas: Racial and National Uncertainties in New Mexico.
Briley, Ron; De La Teja, Jesus F. // Southwestern Historical Quarterly; Apr2012, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p412
A review of the book "Border Dilemmas: Racial and National Uncertainties in New Mexico," by Anthony Mora is presented.
- Los Brazos do Dios: A Plantation Society in the Texas Borderlands, 1821-1865.
Kearney, James C.; De La Teja, Jesus F. // Southwestern Historical Quarterly; Apr2012, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p420
A review of the book "Los Brazos de Dios: A Plantation Society in the Texas Borderlands, 1821-1865," by Sean M. Kelley is presented.
- Splashdown in the Rio Grande: The 1911 Flight of Lieutenant Benjamin Foulois and its Historic Place in the First Year of True Military Aviation.
Hutchins, John M. // Journal of Big Bend Studies; 2012, Vol. 24, p45
1911 was the year that the new-fangled "Fifth Arm" of military aviation moved from war games and speculation to operational challenges with real opponents. This seminal year started with civilian exhibition pilots providing military intelligence to both sides facing off at Juarez during the...
- All That Glitters is Not Gold: The El Oro Sagas.
Wright, Paul // Journal of Big Bend Studies; 2012, Vol. 24, p207
The "Orient Railroad" originally planned "El Oro" to be a company-built border crossing town supplanting nearby Presidio. However , delays of more than 20 years in its execution allowed an outside speculator in 1926 to submit a plat for a townsite that came to be known as "El Oro." The...