Indeed, it is the common borders that makes these relationships different from all others. While the U.S. has important relationships with other countries — the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Japan, Israel, and Iraq, to mention just a few — those countries are all separated from the United States by an ocean or two. Mexico  and Canada is an intense and complex relationship next door. This means that all the issues on the table between the two countries are not merely questions of foreign policy to be dealt with in the capital cities but highly local affairs that affect communities throughout the three countries. Millions of Americans, millions of Mexicans, and millions of Canadians are stakeholders in each other’s future. Questions about manufacturing jobs, immigration, drug trafficking, and air quality are local issues that states, cities, counties, and average citizens wrestle with on a daily basis.

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Our knowledge of the region and the dialogue we pursue with leading political & business actors and experts in the foreign policy arena, provide us first-hand access information and in-depth analysis. We regularly write research pieces on key subjects relating to North American policy and relationships.

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