The U.S. and Mexico: The Bear and the Porcupine
Markus Wiener Publishers, 2004 - 254 páginas
A memoir by the U.S. ambassador to Mexico from 1998 to 2002 presents vignettes of the political players in Mexico City, the leading U.S. politicians and diplomats, and the often prickly issues on the U.S.-Mexican agenda, including the border and immigration, corruption, the war on drugs, U.S. insensltivity to Mexico's concerns, and Mexican suspiciousness about American motives.
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