Data Protection and Privacy in the United States and the European Union: A Conversation with Julie Brill
Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
Senior Fellow for Digital Policy, Council on Foreign Relations
Under the security cooperation agreement called the Merida Initiative, the United States provides military and law enforcement assistance to the Mexican government in support of efforts to combat drug cartels and organized crime. The United States and Mexico jointly developed this agreement in response to a substantial increase in drug-related criminal activity and violence on both sides of the border.
Experts discuss trends in U.S. drug policies and their implications for foreign policy.