U.S.-Mexico Relations
López Obrador offered new details on his plans to clean up and reshape Mexico’s government.
A prevailing mood of suspicion could prove fatal for the trade deal.
The U.S. administration’s new economic focus toward Mexico must not lose sight of other opportunities for collaboration.

President Barack Obama yesterday in Washington received his Mexican counterpart President Felipe Calderón in the fifth such encounter between the heads of state since 2009.

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