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Center for the U.S. and Mexico

TGNs and U.S.-Mexico security cooperation

Tony Payan

TGNs and U.S.-Mexico security cooperation.

Largely informal networks of binational cooperation between government actors are effective, but depend on the determination and ability of individuals to create and maintain them. As a result, this form of binational cooperation is vulnerable to variables in personality and changing political winds. Journal of Transatlantic Studies: http://bit.ly/39NRah1