Our differences pale in comparison to what unites us – We are inextricably bound by geography, history, demography, and social and economic links.
By far, the U.S. has a much more balanced and productive business relationship with Mexico and Canada than with the rest of the world.
Moral, philosophical, and historical arguments in favor of neighborly amity are being trounced by Trump’s belligerence on immigration, security, and trade.
Each year around this time, the University of Incarnate Word’s Raul Rodriguez gives a local state of the union on the previous year’s changes in Mexico and the current outlook on the country’s development. While each year’s talk provides valuable information and insight on our country’s nearest neighbor, this year’s conversation was especially relevant given the Peña Nieto administration’s commitment to historic energy reformation.