Increasing Opportunities to Address Migration in North America
Andrew Selee y Carlos Heredia, Profesor Asociado de la División de Estudios Internacionales del CIDE, escribieron el capítulo Increasing Opportunities to Address Migration in North America, en el libro North America 2.0 Forging a Continental Future.
The North American agenda, to the extent it still exists, has never had a common understanding with regard to mobility and migration. With the exception of a small class of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) visas, which still allow for a degree of mobility among certain groups of professionals, migration has been far too politically sensitive for the three countries to discuss in the trilateral context. This was true at the outset, during the first NAFTA negotiations in the early 1990s, and the issue was even more contentious during the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) negotiations under the Trump administration.
Consigue el libro North America 2.0 Forging a Continental Future aquí.