How Presidential Race Is Deteriorating Relations with Mexico | Link TV
How Presidential Race Is Deteriorating Relations with Mexico
Has election year rhetoric permanently bruised relations with Mexico? In a continuation of a conversation with Shannon O'Neil of the Council on Foreign Relations, he discusses corruption in Mexico along with diplomacy and how the U.S. presidential race is altering Mexico’s relationship with the U.S.
Through his innovative art works over the past two decades, Doug Aitken invites viewers to consider the inherent conflicts between nature and technology and to reflect upon how urbanization affects the natural environment.
Bullets, chocolate, nails, bread, matchsticks, cheese and other unusual materials compose Mondongo's art, which has reached cities including Madrid, Rome, London, Dubai and Buenos Aires.
Public Fiction’s new “Conscientious Objector” series subverts the age-old commercial format in service of a non-commodified message.
A new book set along the waterway retells Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" with a contemporary twist, perhaps opening readers’ eyes to a different Los Angeles.
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