U.S.-Mexico: High stakes, calmer tones.

This morning, all eyes are on Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in Westminster Abbey, with more than 70 heads of state in attendance to pay their respects. For live coverage from London, you can click here. As we head into the Fall, higher-than-expected inflation continues here at home despite declining gas prices, and, last Friday, Wall Street closed out one of its worst…

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US-Mexico: Temperatures rising.

This summer has been marked by the ongoing war in Ukraine, and continued concerns over high inflation at home and abroad. Last week, the US Federal Reserve hiked interest rates by 0.75 percent for the second consecutive time, and Congress initiated debate on the Inflation Reduction Act. This legislation,  if passed, would impact a wide range of issues, including the Affordable Care Act, climate…

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Summit of the Americas; Mexico (and others) absent, some progress.

Over the past several weeks, the news cycle has been dominated by the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and the January 6th House of Representatives Committee hearings. Economic uncertainty continues at home and abroad, and the ongoing Russian-Ukraine war is exacerbating concerns about inflation and a possible food crisis. As a result, the International Monetary Fund is revising its 2022 global growth…

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A scorcher’s a coming…

We are only a few weeks into what is shaping up to be a long hot summer, with increasing turmoil around the world: U.S.-North Korea Summit, the G7 Summit, protests in Nicaragua, Brazil’s upcoming elections, and the ongoing economic and political collapse in Venezuela. Within regional relations, it hasn’t been much calmer. The highest profile spat was Donald Trump’s twitter attacks…

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