Mexico Initiative

The United States and Mexico enjoy one of the most interdependent, successful economic partnerships in the world, and their populations share deep cultural, linguistic, and often familial ties.

As part of North America, the two countries also share common domestic and foreign policy priorities as they relate to energy security, the environment, and public health, as well as other interests in the Western Hemisphere and, indeed, the globe.

The Pacific Council seeks to take an approach to Mexico that reflects our geography, identity, and appreciation for the international policy interests of the United States. Under the auspices of the Mexico Initiative, chaired by the Honorable Michael C. Camuñez, the Pacific Council holds events, produces analysis and commentary, and fosters exchange with Mexican leaders.

Events & Activities


Mexico "Has America's Back," Delegates Say
The Future of U.S.-Mexico Relations is Unpredictable

Michael C. Camuñez

President & CEO, Monarch Global Strategies LLC

Mickey Kantor

Partner, Mayer Brown LLP; U.S. Secretary of Commerce (1996-1997); U.S. Trade Representative (1993-1996)

Andrew Selee

President, Migration Policy Institute; and former Director, Mexico Institute, Wilson Center

Luis Rubio

President, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI)

Abraham F. Lowenthal

Professor Emeritus, USC & President Emeritus, Pacific Council on International Policy

Mariana Campero

Executive Director, Mexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI)
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