Mexico Seeks New Security, Economic Agenda with U.S.

Associated Press - April 30, 2013

President Obama’s meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will be a start for increasing economic cooperation and trade, including improving border crossings and bureaucracy for quicker movement of goods, Shannon told the Associated Press. But in light of Mexico’s recent centralization of intelligence announcement, she believes that security cooperation efforts may be more complex. “Some of the deepest cooperation we saw in the last government was between particular agents or teams…you can imagine U.S. agents or agencies being reluctant to share intelligence when they don’t know who it’s going to.”