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NAFTA 2.0: Let the ‘Games’ Begin

The NAFTA talks kicked off this past week in Washington DC, with negotiators from the three countries outlining their visions for improving trilateral trade.

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The Good, the Bad, and the NAFTA

Over the past few weeks, there has been some great news coming out of Mexico’s energy sector.

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Mexico: Off to the Races

The U.S.-Mexico relationship is once again back in the headlines and this time it’s not just changing, it could be completely redefined.

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U.S./Mexico: Improving Tone, But Nothing’s Final

These past few weeks have presented the Trump administration with its first real foreign policy tests.

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U.S./Mexico: A Strategic Partnership

Over the past few days, the news story on everyone’s mind is former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn’s resignation and the extent of his contact with Russian officials.

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The Age of Uncertainty

It goes without saying that 2016 was the year that seemingly sturdy global structures shattered into nativist and populist sized pieces. Yet, 2017 no longer seems like just another year of uncertainty, it’s starting to look like we are entering the age of uncertainty.

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One Step Foward, Two Steps Back?

With the United States’ presidential election well behind us, the big focus is now on President-Elect Donald Trump’s cabinet choices.

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Mexico: Summer of Love?

With Labor Day now well behind us, it’s fair to say that this was not President Enrique Peña Nieto’s summer of love.

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Summer doldrums. Not quite.

It should be the summer doldrums, but the news out of Mexico hasn’t quite slowed down.

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My Views

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The NAFTA talks kicked off this past week in Washington DC, with negotiators from the three countries outlining their visions for improving trilateral trade.

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Good and bad news

Over the past few weeks, there has been some great news coming out of Mexico’s energy sector.

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The U.S.-Mexico relationship is once again back in the headlines and this time it’s not just changing, it could be completely redefined.

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American and Mexican leaders shaking hands on a deal agreement

These past few weeks have presented the Trump administration with its first real foreign policy tests. Syria’s use of chemical weapons, the United States’ retaliatory airstrikes, the nuclear standoff with North Korea, and China and Russia’s constant maneuvering in this ever-moving foreign policy chess board.

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Over the past few days, the news story on everyone’s mind is former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn’s resignation and the extent of his contact with Russian officials. It’s become the classic D.C. question of “what did you know and when?” and so far we have few concrete answers. This appears to only be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Russian meddling in U.S. affairs, so we’ll surely be hearing quite a bit more on this developing story in the coming days and weeks.

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