Mexico Essay Topics

MCI WorldCom

As noted above, Latin America is and has been ahead of many countries with emerging economies in the development of its telecommunications sectors and the attraction of private investment. Similarly, it has been substantially advanced in its promulgation of rules and regulations, changing as required to keep up with constant change in technology and services…. View Article

The war on drugs: throwing good money at a bad idea

The message? If you use drugs, you might be supporting terrorists. The ads and the accompanying Web site point out that 12 of the 28 terrorist organizations recently recognized by the State Department derive funding through the cultivation and/or trafficking of illicit drugs. Just at first blush, the ads reek of manipulation. The “I Helped”… View Article

Intellectual and cultural life of colonial Mexico

Mexico is a land whose history is as rich and diverse as its people. Prior to the arrival of the Spaniards to Mexico the natives enjoy great progress and technology. They’ve printed books, made paper and pigments, painted murals and manuscripts, cultivated crops, made structures and lavish designs in architecture that some historians say even… View Article

Immigration Opinion Paper

I agree that immigrants must learn to speak English if they want to stay in this country. Puedo hablar cualquier English! HUH? “Go back to where you came from”, are the first words out of my mouth when I hear this. In English it means, I don’t speak any English. Now lets back up just… View Article

The History of Chocolate

Chocolate is one of the oldest treats enjoyed by many people. By a show of hands, how many people love chocolate? I have loved chocolate ever since I was a little girl. I have enjoyed the different tastes, textures, and styles of it. Chocolate has been one of the oldest treats enjoyed by many people…. View Article

Maya civilization

Many people believe that chocolate originally came from Europe. However, chocolate, called the “food of the gods,” was first made in the Americas. The first chocolate was very different from contemporary chocolate. Wild chocolate trees can grow easily in the humid Amazon rainforest. Clusters of flowers growing on these trees turn to seeds. About 20… View Article

The True History of the Conquest of Mexico

The True History of the Conquest of Mexico by Bernel Diaz Castillo started with the events leading to the discovery of the province of Yucatan. Following the coast to the west, they discovered reefs and coves, resulting to the ordering of the governor of Cuba to send out a Navy to investigate.  A series of… View Article

The City of Tijuana

History. Tijuana is a city in Mexico situated near the city of San Diego. Earlier the city of Tijuana was inhabited by the Kumeyaay Indians. The first information about the Valley of Tijuana appeared in 1769 when Father Juan Crespi provided detailed information about that area. The city acquired new distinct character in 1848 and… View Article

Restrictionist Policy, Mexican Labor, and Immigration

The article on Jewish refugees, Mexican guestworkers and administrative politics vividly describes the immigration policies that the United States followed during the turn of the twentieth century.  A cursory reading of the article would show what type of policy regime the United States followed with regards immigration and the factors that affected the same.  The… View Article

Contrasting Differences in Family Life in USA and Mexico

The family is the basic unit of any particular society or community. It is therefore imperative that for the society to exist the family has to be there to produce members into the community. The community or national character any particular country is basically determined by the nature of the family values. An individual is… View Article

The conquest of Mexico

The conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards is viewed differently by Spanish and Nahua writers. Both sides held different understanding of what conquest means. For the Spaniards, the conquest was a means to an end, for the Nahua, the conquest was viewed in relation to its culture and political views. While the Spaniards believed the… View Article

U.S. Totalization Agreement With Mexico

The focal point of this paper is to analyze the Totalization Agreement between the US and Mexico. It should be noted that the aspects of this analysis is not fundamentally policy analysis but it intended towards presenting arguments from the point of view of analytical framework. In this paper there would not be any bias… View Article

Uranium Mining in New Mexico

Uranium mining and milling has potential economic benefits in creating jobs in the community, and sustaining the high demands of uranium all over the world. But economic factors should not be considered alone. As many people died and suffered from illnesses and diseases of uranium mining and radiation exposure, the proposal to build a new… View Article

Cortes Conquers the Aztecs: Spanish Conquest or Indian Civil War

The Spanish conquests of Montezuma and the Aztecs were both a Spanish conquest as well as an Indian civil war. The thing that ties them both together is the Conquistador Hernan Cortes. You could argue for both sides as to which played a more significant part in the fall of the Aztecs, however, I feel… View Article

Frida Kahlo Biography

Frida Kahlo was born on July 6th, 1907, Coyoacán, Mexico City, Mexico in her father’s beloved ‘Blue House.1’ She died at the age of 47 in her beloved blue house on Tuesday, July 13th, 1954. Frida Kahlo is one of Mexico’s most famous artists and represents resilience and strength. She was a surrealist and her… View Article