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This week, Mexican president Vicente Fox is in Washington for meetings and a White House state dinner. Diane and her guests talk about trade, immigration and other top issues in US-Mexican relations, and how they’re being discussed in the context of U.S. politics.
- Delal Baer chair of the Center for Strategic & International Studies' Mexico Project
- Jim Gimpel of the University of Maryland
- Denise Dresser professor of political science at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico
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