The United States and Mexico: Helping One Another, Helping Ourselves
Publication Date: April 2008
Publisher(s): Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Keywords: Immigration; border security; drug carel; counter narcotics
The United States and Mexico share many of the same problems, including immigration challenges, inadequate border security, and drug smuggling. The two nations do not adequately collaborate to address these issues, despite common goals: defeating the drug cartels, economic development, and finding solutions to America's immigration crisis and broken border.