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North American Integration by David A. Mayer-Foulkes, Gaspare M. Genna

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10   Obstacles to Security Cooperation in North America

Roberto Domínguez and Rafael Velázquez

INTRODUCTION

The literature on international relations has largely considered North America as a region formed by Canada and the United States, despite the fact that from a geographical perspective Mexico is also part of the region. The inclusion of Mexico as part of North America in the academic debates is mostly derived from the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the attempts by scholars and decision makers to create regional arrangements to deal collectively with common challenges. The expectations of developing a North American community1 was based on the assumptions that increasing economic interdependence would ...

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