North American Institutes
The Wilson Center is Washington’s only think tank with full research programs on the United States’ neighbors. Wilson’s North American institutes – the Canada Institute and the Mexico Institute – provide context and insights into U.S. bilateral relationships with these countries, and work together to sponsor analysis and programs that address the entire North American region on topics such as border cooperation, shared energy and environmental challenges, the implementation of the USMCA, and North American competitiveness.
USMCA Resource Page
Welcome to the Wilson Center's USMCA Resource Page. The Canada Institute and the Mexico Institute will provide up-to-date coverage as USMCA implementation progresses. We invite you to check back frequently for updates to this resource.
COVID-19 in North America
COVID-19 continues to disrupt cross-border travel and hamper transnational businesses across North America. Check out the latest analysis on the pandemic from the Canada Institute and the Mexico Institute.
North America Experts
Director, Canada Institute
Andrew I. Rudman
Director, Mexico Institute
Earl Anthony Wayne
Public Policy Fellow
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U.S.-Mexico relations are deeply intertwined. Key issues of mutual importance are both international and domestic. These “inter-mestic” issues impact the lives of tens of millions of people on both sides of the border. Americans and Mexicans thus have big stakes in assuring that The United States and Mexico working can tackle shared problems and find good solutions to the vital issues that tie them together, including trade, jobs, crime, border, security, migration, tourism, education exchanges, a shared environment and much more.
Vice President for Strategy & New Initiatives; Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute
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There is no other bilateral relationship in the world that touches the lives of Americans on a day-to-day basis more than that of the U.S. & Mexico.