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Canada, the United States and Mexico have long collaborated as continental partners. Guest speakers, researchers and University of California faculty explore the relationship among the countries.



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Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes New Yorker staff writer George Packer for a discussion of the US political landscape. Packer recounts the insights he derived in researching and writing The Unwinding, his 2013 book about the US in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse. In the conversation, he traces the rise of the white working class, the failure of the Democratic Party to address their interests, and the emergence of Trump as a representative of enraged voters in the 2016 election....
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Juan Carlos Baker, Mexico’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade, outlines Mexico’s response to President Trump’s call to renegotiate NAFTA. While acknowledging that Trump has yet to define what terms he wants to change, Baker says Mexico will insist that tariff-free trade continue and that Canada be part of any new agreement. This is the seventh program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the North American economy, sponsored by the Center for...
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Apr 7, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Customs and tax attorneys from the US and Mexico explain how some proposed increases in cross border taxes and border adjustment taxes will affect trade in North America. This is the eighth program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the North American economy, sponsored by the Center for US-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego. Series: "What's Next for NAFTA?" [Public Affairs] [Business] [Show ID: 32111]
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Apr 7, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Veteran diplomats describe what’s at stake for Canada, the US and Mexico as the three countries commit to preserving their alliances in the wake of the America First rhetoric of Donald Trump. Jeffrey Davidow, Thomas d’Aquino and Rafael Fernandez de Castro talk about how to build support for NAFTA among labor, business and other stakeholders in North America. This is the sixth program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the North American economy,...
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Apr 4, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Mexican Senator Armando Piter describes the alarm in Mexico about hostile actions toward immigrants in the United States and predicts this will lead to a decline in the US’s moral leadership in the world. As the White House considers renegotiating NAFTA, Senator Piter calls on Mexico to overcome internal differences and unite in its opposition to Trump’s agenda. Senator Piter's talk is the fourth program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the...
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Apr 4, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Alan Bersin, a former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security, and others warn against the destruction of confidence between the US and Mexico and call on all parties to invest in what they say is the most important relationship for both countries. Political scientist David Shirk of the University of San Diego and security analyst Guillermo Valdes of of Grupo de Economistas y Asociados of Mexico follow with presentations on the Merida Initiative and other programs aimed at enhancing security...
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Apr 3, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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In the first of a nine-part series exploring the future of the North American economy, analysts from California, Arizona and Mexico look back on the factors that led to the 1993 signing of the North American Free Trade and what issues are likely to emerge as President Trump considers backing away from US commitments to Canada and Mexico. This conference is presented by the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the School of Global Policy and Strategy at UC San Diego. Series: "What's Next for...
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Apr 3, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Harley Shaiken of UC Berkeley joins Jaana Remes of the McKinsey Global Institute, Gerardo Esqivel of COLMEX and Dudley Althaus of the Wall Street Journal for a discussion of where NAFTA has fallen short in addressing the economic disparities between US and Mexican workers. This is the third program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the North American economy, sponsored by the Center for US-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego. Series: "What's Next...
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Apr 3, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Gordon Hanson of UC San Diego presents data showing the anticipated financial losses to Canada, Mexico and the US if NAFTA is scrapped; Lindsay Oldenski of Georgetown University quantifies the sales and employment numbers resulting from the foreign direct investment of US firms in Mexico. This is the second program in the nine-part “What’s Next for NAFTA?” series exploring the future of the North American economy, sponsored by the Center for US-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego. Series:...
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Jan 2, 2017 UCTV: UC San Diego
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Jamal Khokhar, former Canadian Ambassador to Brazil and now President of the Institute of the Americas, assesses Canada's reaction to the election of Donald Trump. Series: "What's Next for Washington?" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 31743]
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Feb 26, 2015 UCTV: UC Berkeley
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Berkeley student and mother, Valeska Castañeda, spent much of her summer leading a 350-mile walk from Merced to Mexico in support of immigrant rights. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 29319]