Sunday, July 16, 2006
Will Felipe Calderón, the official winner of Mexico's contested July 2 elections, be a champion of globalization, human rights and closer ties with Washington if he becomes president? Or will Mexico's political reality force him to leave these campaign promises behind? When I interviewed Calderón at length on foreign policy issues last week, these were key questions I wanted to find out. Read the full column, with Calderon's statements, and my own conclusions.