Shift in Tone Not Enough for U.S.-Mexico Relations

Corcoran, Patrick
April 2009
World Politics Review (19446284);4/16/2009, p2
This article looks at some developments in the relations between the U.S. and Mexico under the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama. It highlights a visit to Mexico that will be made by Obama in April 2009. It also relates the issue to separate trips of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and Attorney General Eric Holder to Mexico. It indicates the issues that should be addressed by both countries, including drug trafficking.


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