This volume investigates the security issues confronting Mexico and Canada in a post-9/11 North America, including the evolution of NAFTA and the emerging North American security context and its implications.
Jordi Diez is assistant professor of political science, University of Guelph.
Contributors include Roderic Ai Camp (Claremont McKenna College, California), Jorge Chabat (Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas, Mexico City), Raul Benitez Manaut (National Autonomous University of Mexico, UNAM), Ian Nicholls (Queen's), Maria Cristina Rosas (UNAM), Carlos Rodriguez Ulloa (UNAM), and Duncan Wood (Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico)
"The combined political realities of the three [North American] countries suggest that piecemeal change, rather than drastic advances or 'big ideas,' will be the order of the day for the foreseeable future." Duncan Wood "Little by little, a North American security system is being created, a system that has as its epicentre the homeland security of the United States." Raul Benitez and Carlos Rodriguez "Security is not just another issue in the public agenda in Mexico; it is the main challenge facing Mexican democracy." Jorge Chabat "There is an opportunity for Canada to become, in the eyes of the Mexicans, an acceptable alternative, in some small but important ways, to the US." Ian Nicholls
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