Mexico Events

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U.S.-China Climate Relations in the Run-Up to Cancun

November 05, 2010 // 9:30am11:30am
China Environment Forum
High expectations preceding the Copenhagen Climate talks in December 2009 created major disappointment when the talks did not produce a comprehensive agreement on controlling global greenhouse gas emissions. Climate experts stress that expectations for the December talks in Cancun need to be realistic.

The Future of NAFTA

October 27, 2010 // 9:00am11:00am
Mexico Institute
Please Join us for a panel discussion on the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
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Shared Responsibility: U.S.-Mexico Policy Options for Confronting Organized Crime

October 22, 2010 // 8:30am12:30pm
Mexico Institute
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The Right to Information: Challenges and Opportunities in Mexico

October 14, 2010 // 10:30am1:00pm
Mexico Institute
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A Charter of Rights for North America: A Proposal and Analysis

July 20, 2010 // 4:00pm5:00pm
Canada Institute
Wilson Center public policy scholar James McHugh presented his research on the potential to deepen relations among NAFTA members through the adoption of a continental charter of rights.

Contemporary U.S.-Latin American Relations: Cooperation or Conflict in the 21st Century?

June 28, 2010 // 4:00pm5:30pm
Latin American Program
The Latin American Program hosted a discussion of the recently published Contemporary U.S.-Latin American Relations: Cooperation or Conflict in the 21st Century?, edited by Jorge Domínguez and Rafael Fernández de Castro.
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China, Latin America, and the United States: The New Triangle

May 26, 2010 // 8:30am1:00pm
Latin American Program
Panelists explored the China-Latin America relationship, as well as the implications for the United States of China's growing economic and political presence in the hemisphere.
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Common Crime and Organized Crime in Latin American Cities: Commonalities and Differences

May 19, 2010 // 8:30am3:15pm
Latin American Program
A conference to deepen the understanding of the connection between existing levels of common crime and the growing presence of organized crime in the region.

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