Mexico is a North American federal republic. With a territory covering nearly two million square kilometers, it is the fifth largest American country.
Its population of approximately 120 million makes it the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world. In Mexico, drug trafficking and the ongoing war between the various powerful cartels are major concerns. The drug war which started in 2006 has left tens of thousands of people dead. Recent DW content tagged "Mexico" is compiled on this page.
Nearly all of the United States' 11 million illegal immigrants can be subject to deportation under the Trump administration's new immigration guidelines released on Tuesday. It allows for interior border checkpoints, currently within 100 miles of the border, anywhere in the US.
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser is confident about business in Mexico. The German company is investing heavily. A new 200 million dollar deal is only the beginning of what could be a multi-billion dollar investment in urban infrastructure, energy and sustainability.