Preserving Order Amid Change in NAFTA
VP of Global Analysis, Stratfor
Senior Global Analyst, Stratfor
A customs agent inspects a truck entering the U.S. from Mexico in Otay Mesa, Calif., in 2009. The United States and Mexico traded $525 billion in goods at a $63 billion deficit with the United States in 2016.
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Unlike Europe, North America is not riven by great power rivalries, and NAFTA is not attempting the dangerous task of trying to force together a political union. Instead, NAFTA is designed to play off the natural synergies of its members without drowning in greater ambitions....
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