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El 11 de septiembre y la relación México-Estados Unidos ¿Hacia la securitización de la agenda?
RAFAEL VELAZQUEZ FLORES
Jorge Schiavon
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Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States
This working paper analyzes the effects of September 11 on U.S.-Mexican bilateral relations. The U.S. foreign policy priority towards Mexico has always been the stability and security of its southern border. Since these factors existed before September 11, Mexico was able to promote an expansion of NAFTA objectives, propose a migratory agreement and pursue an exemption of the United States drug control certification. However, the terrorist attacks changed U.S. foreign policy priorities, placing security issues at the top of the bilateral agenda and subordinating all other topics to it. Most probably, in the future, U.S. domestic and international priorities will still dominate the bilateral agenda between Mexico and the U.S., and most of the relation will be associated to security issues.
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C.
2006
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