30
Apr
2013

Stolen Cellphones in Mexico City

Luis Wertam Zaslav is the director of the Citizens Council Public Security and Law Enforcement in Mexico City.

Wertman Zaslav pledged to further develop innovative programs and schemes that promote civic culture of reporting and responsibility, and expand the Common Front against crime and improve the daily work that takes place in more than 20 programs applied on the Citizens Council.

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30
Apr
2013

Tax Reform with Luis Foncerrada

Big debate that has to do with another reform that is being proposed which basically may (or may not) increase taxes from five to eight percent on wages.

Luis Foncerrada, the director of the Center of Economical Studies of the Private Sector will tell the audience what is going on.

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30
Apr
2013

Dana Priest Investigative Reporter Washington Post on Imagen News Radio

Dana joins us to talk about the intelligence relationship between Mexico/USA bases on her controversial article published April 27th.

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17
Apr
2013

New Trends and New Threats with technology expert John Harrison

Talking about the new threats in computer security with the expert John Harrison

john Harrison is

Group Product Manager, Endpoint Threat Protection, Security Technology and Response

As the Group Product Manager for Endpoint Threat Protection, Security Technology and Response, at Symantec, John Harrison leads the development of threat solutions for the Symantec Enterprise Endpoint and Norton Consumer client products.

Harrison is an expert in Web-based threats, such as drive-by downloads and malware associated with misleading applications, as well as mobile malware, the online underground economy and the general Internet security threat landscape. He is a member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and FBI Infragard. Harrison regularly serves as an official Symantec spokesperson in the media and with customers on all aspects of computer security.

He has been at Symantec for nine years and has held various positions within the company centered on Symantec’s Endpoint Threat Protection, Intrusion Prevention Appliances and Honeypot solutions. Prior to joining Symantec, Harrison worked in product management at 3Com, Imperito Networks and National Semiconductor. He also worked in the Mac OS QA team and IT at Apple Computer.

Harrison received his MBA from St. Mary’s College and his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.

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17
Apr
2013

S. Lynne Walker: President Barack Obama visits Mexico

Prior to President Obama’s visit to México. We’ll discuss some leaks in terms of what the Mexican government would like to talk about.

S. Lynne Walker is Vice President of the Institute of the Americas. She coordinates Institute media training activities and is the Institute’s press liaison. She is also the Director of the Institute’s China-Latin America program. Before joining the Institute in 2008, Walker served as the Copley News Service bureau chief in Mexico City for 15 years, covering the political, economic and social shifts that led to Mexico’s transition to democracy.

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17
Apr
2013

Discussing the National Strategy of Energy with Senator Jorge L Lavalle

What is the national strategy of energy  and why is there so much conflict about it? To answer those questions we have the senator Jorge L. Lavalle. He is a Senator from the PAN Party who represents the first minority.

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17
Apr
2013

Shanon K. O’Neil’s Two Nations Indivisible

Prior to the visit of President Barack Obama, scheduled for May 2nd and 3rd, the book Two Nations Indivisible by Shannon O’Neil is going to be a basic reading if we want to understand the topics that are going to be discussed in a couple of weeks between the secretaries of both countries.

Shanon K. O’Neil is Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies. Expertise Latin America, Mexico, Brazil; policy reform; security; trade; energy; immigration. Programs: Latin America Studies Program

Through an in-depth analysis of modern Mexico, Shannon O'Neil provides a roadmap for the United States' greatest overlooked foreign policy challenge of our time--relations with its southern neighbor.

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4
Apr
2013

Tyson Macaulay Interview

New trends in innovation

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4
Apr
2013

The New Amparo Law

Discussing the new Amparo Law and analizing certain examples

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4
Apr
2013

Andrew Selee: President Peña Nieto meets President Barack Obama

Andrew Selee became the Wilson Center’s Vice President for Programs in April 2012.  He was the founding Director the Center’s Mexico Institute from 2003-12.  He is an adjunct professor of Government at Johns Hopkins University and of International Affairs at George Washington University and has been a visiting professor at El Colegio de Mexico.

His most recent publications are What Should Think Tanks Do? A Strategic Guide for Policy Impact (Stanford University Press, forthcoming), Mexico and the United States: The Politics of Partnership (Lynne Rienner, 2013), and Mexico's Democratic Challenges (Stanford University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2010). He has written extensively on U.S.-Mexico relations, Mexican politics, U.S. immigration policy, organized crime, and democracy in Latin America.

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