Beyond the Border: U.S.-Mexico Relations
Seattle, WA, USA
The Biden administration inherited a tense U.S.-Mexico relationship that was largely narrowed to two key issues: stopping migration and renegotiating NAFTA. President Biden has already recalibrated the relationship--and Mexican President López Obrador may not welcome a renewed U.S. policy orientation that already includes restarting economic and commercial talks and could also include rule of law, police and justice system reforms, corruption, treatment of U.S. companies, labor standards, opioid flows, and climate change.
Join the World Affairs Council on September 27, 2021, for a discussion with Ambassador Roberta Jacobson, former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, and Dr. Carlos Perez-Verdia, former Chief of Staff to the President of Mexico, on the opportunities and challenges for the U.S.-Mexico relationship.
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