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Strategy and Security in U.S.-Mexican Relations Beyond the Cold War

John Bailey and Sergio Aguayo, editors
ISBN: 978-1-87836-732-7
1996/214 pages
U.S.-Mexico Contemporary Perspectives Series
Distributed for the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the University of California, San Diego


Drug trafficking, transnational organized crime, terrorism, regional conflicts, failed states, controlled flows of refugees, and the rise of regional economic blocs have led Mexico and the United States to reconsider their strategic and security interests. The contributors examine possible sources of future bilateral conflicts and the appropriateness of bilateral/multilateral resoultion of security problems.