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President Bush yesterday reaffirmed a commitment to progress the much maligned Security and Prosperity Partnership agenda, amid intensified opposition from commentators and critics concerned that the plan constitutes an undermining of national sovereignty.
Bush told leaders from Canada and Mexico "Tomorrow, we will be meeting with the business leaders of the North American Competitiveness Council to listen to their specific recommendations... The United States has an opportunity to continue the trading agenda."
America, Europe, and the World Roundtable Series: America, Europe, and the New, New World Order
January 28, 2008
Related Project: America, Europe, and the World Roundtable
Presider: James M. Goldgeier, Whitney Shepardson Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations, Council on Foreign Relations
Speaker: Daniel W. Drezner, Associate Professor of International Politics, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University