A new issue of The Journal of Transnational American Studies is out. Bobby Gard-Storry on an assessment of the impact of Danish rule on Greenland. Canadian literature in the early twenty-first century: Earl Fitz on the emergence of an inter-American perspective. Beyond the Continental Divide: The Obama Administration's "pivot to Asia" is a mistake — America's geo-economic future lies in a bold and far-reaching integration of North America. Viva Amerexico: Mark Bittman on discovering brilliant Mexican-American cuisine in — of all places — Mexico (and more and more on the taco, Mexico's real national snack). A review of Better Off Without ‘Em: A Northern Manifesto for Southern Secession by Chuck Thompson. An article on Mexican farmers up against Canadian mining Goliaths. Large glacier, twice the size of Manhattan, breaks off from Greenland — absolutely, positively not a sign of global warming (and more and more). Welcome to the “megadrought”: The 2000-2004 North American drought was the worst in 800 years. How many Mexicans must die for America’s drugs? A review of The North American Idea: A Vision of a Continental Future by Robert A. Pastor.

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