Mexico-United States Dialogue on Migration and Border Issues, 2001-2006
Foreign relations - U.S. - Mexico
Foreign relations - Mexico - U.S.
Boundaries - Security measures - U.S.
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AbstractThis report, which will be updated periodically, focuses on the interactions between Mexico and the United States on migration and border issues during the administrations of President George W. Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico. These interactions are increasingly tense in 2006 due to violence in the border region and debate over U.S. immigration reform. The discussions and agreements fall into four areas: (1) the bilateral migration talks, (2) the Partnership for Prosperity, (3) the Border Partnership Agreement, and (4) the trilateral "Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) of North America."