If you’ve only been reading the headlines, you might think it was all about El Chapo and a wall, but there’s a lot more to the US-Mexico relationship. After decades of economic and commercial cooperation and bilateral growth, a lot rides on copacetic Mexican-American relations. So what exactly hangs in the balance? What is currently threatened or strained in this relationship? And what challenges on the horizon, election-based and not, could prove consequential to this promising alliance?
Elliot GersonExecutive VP of Policy and Public Programs at The Aspen Institute
Ricardo SalinasFounder and Chairman, Salinas Group
Pamela StarrDirector, US-Mexico Network; Associate Professor, School of Internatio...
James SteinbergUniversity Professor of Social Science, International Affairs, and Law...