What Is the Most Important Aspect of the U.S.-Mexico Relationship?

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
March 20, 2009
Zocalo Main Square in Mexico City

U.S. relations with Mexico have a direct impact on the lives and livelihoods of millions of Americans – whether the issue is trade and economic reform, homeland security, drug control, migration, or the promotion of democracy. At the invitation of Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa, Secretary Clinton will travel to Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico from March 25-26, 2009.

What is the most important aspect of the U.S.-Mexico relationship?



Illinois, USA
March 26, 2009

H. in Illinois writes:

Education. If we encourage global higher education, disadvantaged young men will seek alternative ways to gain power and money as opposed to terror. Mexico's terror has invaded our homegrown terror and is making for a lethal relationship.

If we communicate to our neighbors that education uplifts, we can all benefit.

New York, USA
March 27, 2009

Panzy in New York writes:

Seems lately like the whole world is crashing down, but i think the relationships of both countries will live on.



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