November 27, 2012

U.S., Mexico Have Much to Discuss

Enrique Pena Nieto, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Both Mexico and the United States held presidential elections this year, and the results offer an opportunity to redirect our relationship. The U.S. election demonstrated the growing demographic bonds that connect our countries' futures. The election in Mexico heralded a new style of governing based on pragmatism.

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