Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas

AQ Podcast: The Mexico-US Relationship After Cienfuegos

In a tumultuous year, Mexico’s president has made a rocky relationship with the U.S. work for him. But how long can that last?
Nikita Kataev
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The arrest – and return – of General Salvador Cienfuegos by U.S. authorities were both surprising developments in what has already turned out to be an unpredictable U.S.-Mexico relationship under Presidents Donald Trump and Andrés Manuel López Obrador. But a “reevaluation of the Mexican approach” is likely in store when the Joe Biden administration takes over, says the Wilson Center’s Duncan Wood. 

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Duncan Wood is director of the Mexico Institute at the Wilson Center.

Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.  

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