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Alfredo Achar and Miguel Mancera honored at Woodrow Wilson Center Awards Ceremony in Mexico City

On March 2, 2010, Alfredo Achar Tussie, founder and chairman of Comex, and Miguel Mancera Aguayo, former governor of the Bank of Mexico, received the internationally prestigious Woodrow Wilson Awards at a ceremony held in Mexico City. Two of Mexico's most distinguished and deserving leaders, they join a select international circle of recipients from government, business, science, the arts, and beyond, who have worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life of those in their own communities and beyond. Mexico Institute Advisory Board Member Eduardo Cepeda served as dinner chair. More information can be found here.

Program Assistant - Mexico Institute

CLOSES JUNE 8, 2014: The Mexico Institute is searching for two candidates to fill Program Assistant positions who will serve as administrative, clerical, and project support assistants for the Mexico Institute in the Latin American Program. Please review the link above for a complete list of duties, requirements and application procedures.

Mexico Institute in the News: Mexico's Presidential Election Results

The Wilson Center's Eric Olson discusses how the results of Mexico's presidential election will impact the drug wars, the country's changing economic picture and U.S.-Mexico relations on NPR's The Diane Rehm Show.

Mexico and the United States: How We Perceive Each Other

On February 27, the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute, in conjunction with Letras Libres magazine, convened journalists, diplomats, and businesspeople from Mexico and the United States at a conference exploring how both countries view and interact with each other.

Bordering on Better Relations

Mexico and the United States share a 2,000-mile border, but only recently have the two countries begun developing healthy bilateral relations, evolving from distant neighbors to cautious partners.

Economic improvements possible with immigration reform - Mexico Institute in the News (In Spanish)

Andrew Selee of the Wilson Center noted that we might see a return of circular migration, which would benefit Mexican communities. "Now people who go to the US without documents know that returning to Mexico ends their options so they stay in the US. With visa options, they may choose to come and go again."

La calidad de ciudadano. Past and Present.

The Nature of Citizenship in Mexico and the United States: 1776-1912

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