The U.S. relationship with Mexico has been in the spotlight in recent months because of the politically sensitive issue of immigration – plus strong rhetoric from the Trump administration. As neighbors, however, the two nations have a shared-interest in stopping cross-border crime, while keeping the doors open to trade — issues that have helped shape discussions as both sides revisit their trading relationship.
- Michael Anton, Former Deputy National Security Advisor- President Trump
- Andrew Arthur, Resident Fellow- Center for Immigration Studies
- John Coatsworth, Provost- Columbia University
- Amb. Gerónimo Gutiérrez- Ambassador of Mexico to the United States
- Rep. Will Hurd- the U.S. representative for Texas’s 23rd congressional district (R)
- Rep. Pramila Jayapal- The U.S. Representative from Washington’s 7th congressional district (D)
- Claudio Lomnitz, Professor of Anthropology- Columbia University
- Amb. John Negroponte, Vice Chairman, McLarty Associates- Dir. of Natl. Intelligence (2005–2007)- U.S. Ambassador to Mexico (1989–1993)
- Ana Quintana, Senior Policy Analyst- The Heritage Foundation
- Amb Arturo Sarukhán, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution- Fmr. Ambassador of Mexico to the U.S.
- Andrew Selee, President- Migration Policy Institute
- Amb. Rufus Yerxa, Pres., National Foreign Trade Council- Fmr. Deputy Director-General, WTO