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Is Geography Destiny? A Primer on North American Relations

At a time when nearly all of the key issues facing North America are being understood and addressed either independently by the United States, Canada and Mexico, or within the dual-bilateral framework of U.S.-Mexico and U.S.-Canada relations, this report attempts to view these challenges and opportunities through a trilateral lens.

Part III: The Gauntlet* -Mexico Institute in the News

Steven Dudley writes a piece on Mexican migrants for Insight Crime. • This article also appeared on Offnews.info.

Mexico Institute in the News: The Good, The Bad and The Absurd of the Mexico Presidential Election

This year’s presidential election will be particularly interesting because of what is at stake. Mexico’s young democracy is at an important crossroads.

Whole Nations Waiting - Mexico Institute in the News

Chris Wilson, Associate at the Mexico Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center, and Erik Lee write about the U.S.-Mexico trade partnership for Site Selection Magazine. The two are coauthors of the trade and competitiveness chapter in the forthcoming "State of the Border Report," from which this article was adapted.

Mexico in 2014: Can Peña Nieto Consolidate Reform?

“2014 will be another pivotal year for Mexico and for President Peña Nieto,” writes Duncan Wood. “Mexico’s Moment has never really materialized, but that may be a good thing; laying solid foundations for long term economic growth is more important than a short-lived economic boom.”

Strengthening U.S.-Mexico Cooperation against Drug Trafficking: What Can State Attorney Generals Do?

I would like to offer a bit of context on the current situation related to drug trafficking and organized crime in Mexico; the efforts that are going on between our two countries to address this; and specifically how the attorneys general might be able to play a leading role in these efforts, which have profound implications for our home communities as well as for the country next door.

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