November 29, 2012

A U.S. Pivot to Mexico?

Christian Science Monitor, Christian Science Monitor

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The date remains uncertain. But at some point Mexico’s reputation in the eyes of Americans will start to shift from being a burden – drugs, migrants, violence, corruption – to becoming a partner as close as Canada, Japan, or Britain.

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