Mexico's Foreign Policy Under Calderón

Rafael Fernández de Castro

September 22, 2011

Mexican Foreign Policy Under Calderón

Event Description

Rafael Fernández de Castro offers an insider’s perspective on Mexican diplomacy during the Calderón years. The former Presidential Advisor for International Affairs and Competitiveness will discuss Mexico’s relations with Central America, Brazil and the United States with a particular focus on the issues of climate change and security. 


Professor Rafael Fernández de Castro is the founder and chair of the Department of International Studies at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) and the co-convener of the U.S.–Mexico Futures Forum, an annual conference hosted by CLAS and ITAM.