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Spinoza’s Eternal Wisdom

OPINION By ENRIQUE KRAUZE What do the writings of Baruch Spinoza, a remote, 17th century Dutch philosopher of Dutch philosopher of Jewish Portuguese origins, have to say about the predicaments of the 21st century? A lot, because the fanaticisms that he faced alone in his time have multiplied in ours. The fanaticism of his times provoked religious wars; the current

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AMLO Turns Former NAICM Site into Nature Reserve

By KELIN DILLON Just one day after the inauguration of Mexico’s new Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA), Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) declared Lago Texcoco – the former site of the canceled Mexico City New International Airport (NAICM) – to be a protected nature reserve, putting an official nail in the coffin of the NAICM’s construction. Published in

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Mexico City’s 10 Billion-Peso Chapultepec Park Project Resumes

BY KELIN DILLON During his daily morning press conference on Thursday, March 10, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) announced the resumption of Mexico City’s 10 billion-peso Chapultepec Forest project, which will develop and integrate an 88-hectare fourth section into the Latin America’s second-largest park, following a two-year pause in the venture due to the covid-19 pandemic. The project

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