Southern Methodist University/Tower Center Conference
Challenges and Opportunities in Mexico: Implications for US-Mexico Relations
Held every two years, this conference focuses on trade relations between the United States and Mexico in the broad bi-national context. Although you may not have been at the Meadows Museum of Art this weekend, you can still join the conference conversation.
This year it brings together researchers based in the United States, Mexico, and Europe as well as diplomats from both countries to discuss recent developments in regulatory reform, trade and investment, migration and development, and security policy in Mexico and their implication for US-Mexico relations.
A Jno. E. Owens Memorial Foundation Conference, Presented by the John G. Tower Center for Political Studies, Southern Methodist University, March 25 – 26, 2010
The papers and presentations for this conference are available until April 9, 2010 at http://tinyurl.com/owens2010-papers
Join the conversation, without any deadline, by clicking on the panel below:
Panel 1: Post-Privatization Regulatory Reform
Panel 2: Trade and Investment Policy
Panel 3: Migration and Development
Panel 4: The Drug Trade and Public Policy
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