[[Teotihuacan Mexico, or ''Méjico'', pronunciation: ; Classical Nahuatl: ''Mēxihco''; }}; however, in Peninsular (European) Spanish, the variant is used alongside the usual version. According to the by the Royal Spanish Academy and Association of Academies of the Spanish Language, the version with J is also correct; however, the spelling with X is recommended, as it is the one used in Mexico.}} officially the United Mexican States, (); Classical Nahuatl: ''Mēxihcatl Tlacetilīlli Tlahtohcāyōtl''}} is a country in the southern portion of North America. It covers 1,972,550 km2 (761,610 sq mi), making it the world's 13th-largest country by area; with a population of almost 130 million, it is the 10th-most-populous country and the most populous Spanish-speaking country. Mexico is organized as a federal constitutional republic comprising 31 states and Mexico City, its capital. It shares land borders with the United States to the north, with Guatemala and Belize to the southeast; as well as maritime borders with the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Caribbean Sea to the southeast, and the Gulf of Mexico to the east.

Human presence in Pre-Columbian Mexico dates back to 8,000 BC, making it one of the world's six cradles of civilization. The Mesoamerican region hosted various intertwined civilizations, including the Olmec, Maya, Zapotec, Teotihuacan, and Purepecha. The Aztecs came to dominate the area prior to European contact. In 1521, the Spanish Empire, alongside indigenous allies, conquered the Aztec Empire, establishing the colony of New Spain in the former capital, Tenochtitlan (now Mexico City). Over the next three centuries, Spanish expansion enforced Christianity, spread the Spanish language, and exploited rich silver deposits in Zacatecas and Guanajuato. The colonial era ended in the early nineteenth century with the Mexican War of Independence.

Following independence, Mexico faced political and socioeconomic upheaval. The United States' invasion during the Mexican–American War resulted in significant territorial losses in 1848. Liberal reforms introduced in the Constitution of 1857 prompted domestic conflict, including the French intervention and the establishment of an Empire, countered by the Republican resistance led by Benito Juárez. The late 19th century saw the rise of Porfirio Díaz's dictatorship, sparking the Mexican Revolution in 1910, which led to profound changes, including the 1917 Constitution. Subsequent governance by a succession of presidents, often former war generals, persisted until the emergence of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in 1929. Under PRI rule for 70 years, Mexico experienced significant economic growth, but also faced issues of repression and electoral fraud. The late twentieth century saw a shift towards neoliberal policies, exemplified by the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994, amidst social unrest and indigenous rebellion in Chiapas. In 2000, PRI lost the presidency for the first time against the conservative party (PAN).

Mexico has the world's 15th-largest economy by nominal GDP and the 11th-largest by PPP, with the United States being its largest economic partner. As a newly industrialized and developing country ranking 86th in the Human Development Index, its large economy and population, cultural influence, and steady democratization make Mexico a regional and middle power which is also identified as an emerging power by several analysts. Mexico ranks first in the Americas and seventh in the world for the number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is also one of the world's 17 megadiverse countries, ranking fifth in natural biodiversity. Mexico's rich cultural and biological heritage, as well as varied climate and geography, makes it a major tourist destination: as of 2018, it was the sixth most-visited country in the world, with 39 million international arrivals. However, the country continues to struggle with social inequality, poverty and extensive crime. It ranks poorly on the Global Peace Index, due in large part to ongoing conflict between drug trafficking syndicates. This "drug war" has led to over 120,000 deaths since 2006. Mexico is a member of United Nations, the G20, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, the Organization of American States, Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, and the Organization of Ibero-American States. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Immortellen by Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867

    Published 1868
    Microfilm Book
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    Tijerina. by Jenkinson, Michael (Writer of Ghost towns of New Mexico)

    Published 1968
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    Wilderness rivers of America / by Jenkinson, Michael (Writer of Ghost towns of New Mexico)

    Published 1981
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    Wild rivers of North America / by Jenkinson, Michael (Writer of Ghost towns of New Mexico)

    Published 1973
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    Ghost towns of New Mexico : playthings of the wind / by Jenkinson, Michael (Writer of Ghost towns of New Mexico)

    Published 1967
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    Mexican labor and social security laws, as of May 1, 1972.

    Published 1972
    Other Authors: “…Mexico…”
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    The Federal Civil Code of Mexico.

    Published 2005
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    Collaborative Research Instability and transport of laser beam in plasma. by Lushnikov, Pavel, Rose, Harvey Arnold

    Published 2014
    Other Authors: “…New Mexico Consortium…”
    Online Access
    Government Document Electronic eBook
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    Misa en re mayor, a 4 y a 8 para grande orquesta "La grande" Salve Regina, a 4 para grande orquesta ; Dixit Dominus a 4 ; Responsoria para Nuestra Señora de las Nieves / by Arenzana, Manuel

    Published 1998
    “…Echenique, conductor ; Mexico City Chamber Orchestra ; Mexico City Chorus) …”
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    Te deum al Sr. Felipe de Jesús by Delgado, Francisco, fl. ca. 1786-ca. 1825

    Published 1995
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    Mining law and regulations of Mexico, 1992/1993 /

    Published 1993
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    El Libro secreto de Maximiliano /

    Published 1963
    Other Authors: “…Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867…”
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    WIPP site and vicinity geological field trip. A report of a field trip to the proposed Waste Isolation Pilot Plant project in Southeastern New Mexico, June 16 to 18, 1980 by Chaturvedi, L

    Published 1980
    Other Authors: “…New Mexico. Environmental Improvement Agency…”
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