U.S.-Mexico Relations: Leadership for the 21st Century
Twenty-three years have passed since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) re-defined the economic relationship between the United States and Mexico. In that time, the U.S., Mexico and the world have been transformed by the internet, technology and the information revolution. This seminar explores the U.S.-Mexico relationship, delving into its economic, political, security, and cultural facets. How can values-based leaders’ decisions and choices in these arenas shape the countries’ future relationship?