posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 10:03 PM
More North American Union stuff
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The Future of North American Integration in the Wake of the Terrorist Attacks
October 17, 2001
Council on Foreign Relations
The Atlanta Roundtable held its second session on October 17, 2001 to discuss the future of North American integration in the wake of the terrorist
attacks. Gordon D. Giffin, Vice Chairman of Long, Aldridge & Norman and former U.S. Ambassador to Canada, and Robert A. Pastor, Professor of Political
Science at Emory University, led the discussion.
The Atlanta Roundtable addressed the following questions:
1. What were the prospects of North American integration prior to September 11? What are they now?
2. What has been U.S. policy toward Canada and Mexico vis á vis trade? How has it changed since September 11? How should it change?
3. How will security concerns on the Canadian and Mexican borders affect trade policy going forward?
4. How has the United States’ response to the terrorist attacks (i.e. enforcing a security perimeter with Canada) affected our broader relations?
5. What are the costs and trade-offs of future U.S. actions to deal with the terrorist threat on our borders?
6. What can or should Canada and Mexico be doing to support the “war” on terrorism?