19
Feb
2014

Sergio Alcocer gives us a sense of what the agenda is for the North America Leaders Summit in Toluca

The meeting of the NAFTA leaders is taking place in toluca; The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto. The President of the United States, Barak Obama and The Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper.


There has been different reports about the agenda of this meeting, fortunately, to clarify it we have on this Podcast the Under Secretary Sergio Alcocer fron the Secretary of Foreign Relations.

Let's hear what he have to say!
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19
Feb
2014

Interview with Governor Bill Richardson

Governor Bill Richardson came to Mexico City to present his book "How to Sweet - Talk a Shark" at the American School Foundation. In this interview he tells us what works in a negotiation:


1. Respect the other side
2. Know their culture
3. Use Humor
4. Find ways to know where you want to end up after talking...

Want to learn more about negotiation? Want more useful tips? Listen to this interview
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26
Jul
2013

Francisco Gil Díaz: TELECOM Bill

Francisco Gil Díaz (born on 2 September 1943 in Mexico City) is a Mexican economist who served as Secretary of Finance in the cabinet of President Vicente Fox and currently serves as regional chairman of Telefónica for Mexico and Central America.

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3
May
2013

Randal C. Archibold’s article about the visit of President Barack Obama to Mexico

Randal C. Archibold is the New York Times bureau chief for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, based in Mexico City.

Author of the article: Obama Arrives in Mexican Capital to Meet With New Leader http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/03/world/americas/obama-mexico.html?ref=mexico&_r=0

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3
May
2013

Jeffrey Daviddow:Press conference of President Barack Obama and President Peña Nieto

Former US Ambassador to Mexico from August 5, 1998 until September 14, 2002 under the Clinton Administration. After leaving Mexico in September 2002, he returned to Harvard to become a Visiting Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. During the 2002-03 academic year, he worked extensively with undergraduate and graduate students and wrote a book on U.S.-Mexican relations. The US and Mexico: The Bear and the Porcupine was first published in Spanish in Mexico by Casa Editorial Grijalbo and in English by Markus Weiner Publishers in April 2004.

Davidow assumed the presidency of the Institute of the Americas on June 1, 2003. The Institute of the Americas, founded in 1983, is an independent, non-profit institution at the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to be a catalyst for promoting development and integration as a means to improve the economic, political, and social well-being of the people of the Americas.

He has also served as adviser to President Barack Obama for the Summit of the Americas.

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30
Apr
2013

Stolen Cellphones in Mexico City

Luis Wertam Zaslav is the director of the Citizens Council Public Security and Law Enforcement in Mexico City.

Wertman Zaslav pledged to further develop innovative programs and schemes that promote civic culture of reporting and responsibility, and expand the Common Front against crime and improve the daily work that takes place in more than 20 programs applied on the Citizens Council.

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17
Apr
2013

S. Lynne Walker: President Barack Obama visits Mexico

Prior to President Obama’s visit to México. We’ll discuss some leaks in terms of what the Mexican government would like to talk about.

S. Lynne Walker is Vice President of the Institute of the Americas. She coordinates Institute media training activities and is the Institute’s press liaison. She is also the Director of the Institute’s China-Latin America program. Before joining the Institute in 2008, Walker served as the Copley News Service bureau chief in Mexico City for 15 years, covering the political, economic and social shifts that led to Mexico’s transition to democracy.

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17
Apr
2013

Shanon K. O’Neil’s Two Nations Indivisible

Prior to the visit of President Barack Obama, scheduled for May 2nd and 3rd, the book Two Nations Indivisible by Shannon O’Neil is going to be a basic reading if we want to understand the topics that are going to be discussed in a couple of weeks between the secretaries of both countries.

Shanon K. O’Neil is Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies. Expertise Latin America, Mexico, Brazil; policy reform; security; trade; energy; immigration. Programs: Latin America Studies Program

Through an in-depth analysis of modern Mexico, Shannon O'Neil provides a roadmap for the United States' greatest overlooked foreign policy challenge of our time--relations with its southern neighbor.

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17
Jan
2013

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Interview

Following the presentation of Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas's book "Sobre mis Pasos" and making questions like: What does the people can get out of the book? pure knowledge? some kind of message?

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17
Jan
2013

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Interview

The Engineer Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, former presidential candidate and founding father of the PRD talks about his book "Sobre mis Pasos" and what does he expects about the progressive parties in México

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