Mexico stays on the sidelines in immigration reform debate - Mexico Institute in the News

Andrew Selee spoke to the Los Angeles Times about Mexico's role in the ongoing immigration reform debate. The article also appeared on

U.S.-Mexico Border (KPCC) - Mexico Institute in the News

Andrew Selee, Vice President for Programs at the Woodrow Wilson Center and Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute, comments on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Mexico says marijuana legalization in U.S. could change anti-drug strategies - Mexico Institute in the News

“Marijuana is an important part of their business, but not the most important. Most people agree it’s about 20 percent of their revenues, and so two small U.S. states legalizing marijuana won’t really impact their market share very much,” said Eric Olson, associate director of the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center in Washington. • This article also appeared on

Mexico Institute in the News: Mexico’s Ruling Party Rebound – OpEd

The PRI may have won the presidency, but it failed to secure a total victory in the legislature — the party will lead both houses, but without a majority, meaning the PRI will find it difficult to pass the structural reforms that EPN’s campaign promised. Mexico Institute's Eric Olson quoted.

The United States and Mexico: Forging a Strategic Partnership

Co-Chairs: Ambassador Andrés Rozental and Professor Peter H. Smith


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