MIC and the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations invite you to a national symposium on U.S.-Mexico relations to be held May 29-31 in Chicago. While the Bush Administration has turned its attention away from its neighbor since September 11, the need to address a number of pressing bilateral issues has become, if anything, more urgent.
This symposium will work to refocus the attention of the two governments and other leaders and institutions on the critical bilateral ties between the U.S. and Mexico. Key issues to be addressed include trade and investment, immigration, homeland security, and policies and strategies for improving the relationship.
Speakers include former Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs Jorge Castañeda, as well as other senior Mexican and U.S. government officials.
For more information, please call Juliana Kerr at 312.821.7511. Register online at www.ccfr.org.