Mexico's New Security Strategy and Prospects for US-Mexico Security Cooperation
Mexico
March 14, 2019
11:00am to 12:00pm

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A teleconference on Mexico's new approaches to national security and prospects for U.S.-Mexico security relations.

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Featuring:

Alejandro Hope, Consulting Partner, GEA Group of Economists and Associates

From 2014 to 2016, Aljenadro Hope was editor of security and justice at eldailypost.com (a Mexican specialized media outlet in English). He is former Director of Security Policy at the Mexican Competitiveness Institute, a Mexico City-based think tank. Prior to his current assignment, he held a number of executive positions at the Center for Investigation and National Security, Mexico’s civilian intelligence agency. Read more.

Clare Ribando Seelke, Specialist in Latin American Affairs, Congressional Research Service

Clare Ribando Seelke has over 15 years of experience in research and analysis on U.S.-Latin American relations, security issues in Latin America, U.S. foreign assistance, and political developments in Mexico and Central America. Read more.

Eric Olson, Director, Central America-D.C. Platform, Seattle International Foundation

Eric Olson is a specialist in U.S.-Latin America relations, Mexico and Central America, security cooperation, democracy promotion, rule of law and human rights, and justice and anti-corruption. Read more.

Moderator:

Richard Downie, Managing Director, Delphi Strategic Communications

Following a distinguished career in the U.S. Army, Dr. Richard Downie served as director of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies for nine years. Read more.

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