#77 Continuity of Change in US-Mexico Land and Water Relations: The Politics of the International Boundary and Water Commission
Texas's economy is growing faster than the rest of the country because of its growing trade with Mexico.
Latin American Program consultant, Colby Goodman, commented on a new study that has been recently published, which provides new conceptual tools for understanding the phenomenon of arms trafficking and potential approaches to stemming it.
"Hondurans go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president and Congress. While elections in this very poor Central American country of roughly 8 million are not generally the focus of international concern, this time there are issues at stake that sound off alarms far beyond its borders," writes Eric Olson in The Miami Herald.
Program Director Cynthia Arnson is quoted in Fox News Latino about where she believes funding should be channeled.
The goal of this publication is to contribute to the consolidation of democratic defense and promote regional integration towards a unified world. Topics include security and foreign policy in the Andes and the Americas, security setbacks and challenges, drug trafficking and hemispheric security, and new perspectives on drug trafficking in Bolivia.
Jane Harman announces appointment of Duncan Wood as the new director of the Mexico Institute.