Nov 21, 2011

U.S.-Mexico Relations: Buddies Across the Border

Zócalo Public Square: "The United States and Mexico have long been friendly yet wary neighbors. Mexico fears U.S. interference, and the United States fears Mexican misrule. Countless smaller and related issues complicate the relationship. Nevertheless, the two countries are in many ways more integrated than ever. In anticipation of “An Evening With Ricardo Salinas,” a Zócalo event in New York, we asked several observers of U.S.-Mexican ties for their thoughts on the relationship." read more

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