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Mexico's power is a fragile one. A nation suffering from defeats against her more powerful northern neighbour, Mexico's participation on the side of the Central Powers enabled vast territorial regains and influence in Latin America. The still-powerful US would remain a threat however, and the aid of the Ming was not always certain. This may explain Mexico's extreme requests for territory after the second American-Mexican War, like the western part of British North America or the establishment of a "Florida Republic". Nonetheless, Mexican pioneers hailing from the overpopulated South are eager to make their fortune in the newly acquired territories. This led to ethnic unrests within the former U.S. West, and Mexico's government keeps enforcing the laws in these areas. Nonetheless, many former Americans, especially those who were discriminated against in the US (e.g. Germans and Eastern Europeans), begin to feel as anglophone Mexicans now, and the rise of Mexico's economy will only be a matter of time. Indeed, the democratic government of Mexico seemed to be more than capable, and the protectorates in the Caribbean (inherited from the US) feel closer to their fellow Latin American "brother".
The rise of the New Patriotic Party in the US, however, would challenge Mexico like no other historical event; and Britain was still angered about Mexico's demands in the Second Treaty of Berlin. Indeed, Mexico's "empire" was an empire on a fragile base...