July 22, 2012

U.S.: Forget Asia, Focus on N. America

Robert Pastor, The American Interest

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The Presidents of the United States and Mexico and the Prime Minister of Canada should seek to construct a North American Community that would invigorate their economies and improve the region’s competitiveness with Asia and Europe, enhance continental and public security, address more effectively the new transnational agenda, and design lean but effective trinational institutions for the 21st century.

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