In 2020, as the Pacific Council celebrates its 25th anniversary, we want to increase our impact and ensure that the next generation of global leaders understands the importance of international engagement, writes Jerrold D. Green.
It is now quite clear that there is virtually no chance for a NAFTA deal in 2018, writes Michael Camuñez.
Offering a model for Mexico’s future, Guadalajara reinvented itself as an R&D hub, writes Andrew Selee.
What Mexico needs is a new regime based on effective checks and balances, duly ingrained constitutional balances, transparency, the rule of law, and broad rights and protections for the citizenry, writes Luis Rubio.
In April, a special delegation of emerging leaders from the Pacific Council community traveled to Mexico City for discussions with government officials, civil society leaders, and more on strengthening the U.S.-Mexico relationship. Read about their top takeaways.
The fate of the NAFTA renegotiations is looking quite grim, writes Michael Camuñez.
Pacific Council member Patrick Del Duca discusses his new book, Mexico and Its Legal System: Lawyers’ Essays on the Continuing Evolution.
U.S.-Mexico relations hit a new low following President Trump's order to send National Guard troops to the border, the future of the NAFTA negotiations remain uncertain, Mexico's presidential election season officially kicked off, and more insights from Michael C. Camuñez.
No other current public policy development could cause greater disruption for those of us rooted in the U.S.-Mexico relationship than renegotiating or even withdrawing from NAFTA, writes Patrick Schaefer.
The reasons why Mexico has yet to accomplish a critical political transition can be found in the history of its political parties, writes Luis Rubio.
After two years on the job, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson has announced that she will retire in May, but Pamela K. Starr writes that the bilateral relationship will survive Jacobson's departure.