U.S.-Mexico Politics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2021
Titles: Instructor. Harvard Summer School (2018-2021)
           Visiting Assistant Professor. Harvard University, Department of Government (2019).
Summary: Mexico is U.S.’s top-trade partner and one of its most important political and strategic allies. The history of both nations is inherently intertwined, bearing a unique combination of characteristics unseen in the rest of the world. This course will explore critical debates between the two countries from immigration and trade agreements to transnational crime and climate change policies. Our goal is to discover the relationship between the U.S. and Mexico in all its complexities, debunking cartoonish stereotypes and identifying its full economic and social potential to improve the lives of American and Mexican people.
Syllabus US-Mexico Politics238 KB