President George W. Bush, former governor of Texas, has already signaled an interest in close relations with the United States’ neighbor to the south. A panel talks about why this is so and how U.S. relations with Mexico may continue to develop.

Guests

  • Bernard Aronsen former Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs 1989-1993
  • Charles Krause of APCO Worldwide
  • Roger F. Noriega visiting fellow, the American Enterprise Institute; former assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs (2003-05); former U.S. ambassador, Organization of American States (2001-03); former staff member of House and Senate committees on foreign/international relations

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