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Mexico: Development and Democracy at a Crossroads

I published a background piece that charts Mexico’s progress on economic and democratic reforms as a part of CFR’s new Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative.

February 9, 2011

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Creative Commons TheCXI published a background piece that charts Mexico’s progress on economic and democratic reforms. It can be accessed here.

This brief forms part of CFR’s new Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative. The initiative aims to offer fresh thinking on what the United States and others--including foreign governments, corporations, NGOs, international organizations, and the leaders and citizens of developing countries themselves--can do to foster open, prosperous, and stable societies. The initiative focuses on four areas:  economic and political openness and reform; combating extremism through civil society; women and foreign policy; and entrepreneurship and economic development.

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Economics

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