Even on those rare occasions when Japan has shown signs of a more activist foreign policy in the Middle East, the pendulum tends to swing back to an energy security-focused approach that reflects caution, neutrality, and the avoidance of military entanglements, writes Mieczysław Boduszyński.
The United States and Mexico have entered a new phase of security cooperation, experts told Pacific Council members in a recent teleconference.
The Pacific Council is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office, Mexico’s Foreign Ministry, and the Mexican Council of International Affairs (COMEXI) to establish MEXLA, a new commission of residents from Los Angeles and Mexico to deepen the cultural, economic, and people-to-people ties between the two regions.
Over the past few weeks the bilateral policy environment between the United States and Mexico has been complicated by disagreements over the USMCA trade deal, migrant caravans, and recent developments in Venezuela, writes Michael Camuñez.
It just might be possible to build the wall, avoid another shutdown, and not completely squander an estimated 59.8 billion taxpayer dollars by considering a new "Wall of Freedom and Opportunity," which could include a special economic zone, writes Michael Castle Miller.
The new Mexican government has to be realistic about what it can actually achieve, writes Luis Rubio.
Mexico has the opportunity for regime change, writes Pacific Council member Luis Rubio.
AMLO has the opportunity to transform Mexico, writes Luis Rubio.
Consuls General Carlos García de Alba and James Villeneuve discuss the benefits and downfalls of the new USMCA.
China constitutes, for Mexico, an example and a challenge, a problem and a solution, all at the same time, writes Luis Rubio.