"Foreign governments are used to the game of chess that happens in Washington every four years. Though many diplomats and heads of state have political preferences, they're usually content to celebrate whomever moves into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. That's because the world of foreign affairs along Embassy Row in Washington, D.C. runs on century-long alliances, treaties, and predictability.

It's a formula that Donald Trump is threatening to disrupt.

Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich has been going around Washington talking to foreign policy experts and various diplomats in foreign governments, from China to Mexico, trying to get a picture of how they view, and are even preparing for, the potential of President Trump."

Mexico Institute Director Duncan Wood and Public Policy Fellow Ambassador Earl Anthony Wayne are interviewed on Mexico.

Listen to the interview.