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United States and Mexico : Between Partnership and Conflict.

Author: Rafael Fernández de Castro; Jorge I Domínguez
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2009.
Series: Contemporary inter-American relations.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The ideal introduction to U.S.-Mexican relations, this book moves from the conflicts all through the nineteenth century up to the current democratic elections in Mexico.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rafael Fernández de Castro; Jorge I Domínguez
ISBN: 9780203879252 0203879252
OCLC Number: 476265926
Description: 1 online resource (252 pages).
Contents: Cover --
Other Titles in the Contemporary Inter-American Relations Series edited by Jorge I. Domínguez and Rafael Fernández de Castro --
THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO --
CONTENTS --
TABLES AND FIGURES --
TABLES --
FIGURES --
PREFACE --
THIS PROJECT --
INTRODUCTION --
LEARNING TO COOPERATE --
I HISTORY --
CONFLICT: MOST OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AND THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION --
BARGAINED NEGLIGENCE, 194088 --
BILATERAL COOPERATION --
THE TURNING POINT --
II THE CHANGES IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM: EFFECTS ON THE BILATERAL RELATIONSHIP --
THE IMPACT OF THE END OF THE COLD WAR IN EUROPE ON U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS --
THE WEDDING THAT NEVER HAPPENED: JAPANESEMEXICAN RELATIONS --
MEXICO8217;S LATIN AMERICAN NON-OPTION --
CHANGES IN THE UNITED STATES --
TOWARD INSTITUTIONALIST PROBLEM SOLVING IN U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS --
ECONOMIC STRATEGIES AND PERFORMANCE: FOUNDING INSTITUTIONS --
SECURITY, POLITICAL, AND SOCIETAL STRATEGIES AND PERFORMANCE: FOUNDING INSTITUTIONS --
CONCLUSION --
III INTERNATIONAL SECURITY --
THE SIMPLIFICATION OF HISTORICAL LEGACIES --
MEXICO8217;S INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY OF ABNEGATION --
TOWARD BANDWAGONING: A U.S. MEXICAN ALLIANCE OVER DRUG TRAFFICKING --
COUNTERINSURGENCY AND DOMESTIC SECURITY: IS THERE A U.S. MEXICAN ALLIANCE? --
CONCLUSION --
IV THE EFFECT OF INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS --
MEXICAN PARTICIPATION IN MULTILATERAL POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS --
THE PERMISSIVE WORLD FINANCIAL SYSTEM --
FROM GATT TO NAFTA, FROM MULTILATERALISM TO REGIONALISM --
ACHIEVING A NEW PARTNERSHIP: THE NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT --
CONCLUSION --
V THE DOMESTIC CONTEXT FOR FOREIGN POLICY DECISION-MAKING --
THE DECISIONAL CONTEXTS --
MORE ACTORS AND ISSUES IN U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS --
NON-GOVERNMENTAL ACTORS --
GOVERNMENTAL ACTORS --
MASS MEDIA --
PUBLIC OPINION AND BILATERAL RELATIONS --
POLITICAL PARTIES IN U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS --
CONCLUSION --
VI CONTENT AND CONDUCT OF FOREIGN POLICY --
MEXICAN DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS --
FINANCE, TRADE, AND INVESTMENT --
THE SEARCH FOR DIVERSIFICATION --
DIPLOMATIC PRESENCE OF THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO IN THE RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES --
THE U.S. PRESENCE IN MEXICO --
CONCLUSION --
VII TRANSBORDER RELATIONS --
U.S. BORDER WALLS --
THE BORDER REGION --
MEXICAN MIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES --
CONCLUSION --
VIII EPILOGUE: U.S. MEXICAN RELATIONS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY --
THE CHANGES IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM: EFFECTS ON THE BILATERAL RELATIONSHIP --
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY --
THE DOMESTIC CONTEXT FOR FOREIGN POLICY DECISION-MAKING --
NAFTA: ITS IMPACT, DISPUTES, AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION --
EVOLUTION OF TRADE AND INVESTMENT PATTERNS --
FAILED IMMIGRATION EFFORTS: BILATERAL (2001) AND UNILATERAL (200407) INITIATIVES --
THE BORDER --
MEXICO COURTS ITS DIASPORA --
CONCLUSION --
NOTES --
INDEX.
Series Title: Contemporary inter-American relations.

Abstract:

The ideal introduction to U.S.-Mexican relations, this book moves from the conflicts all through the nineteenth century up to the current democratic elections in Mexico.

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