México, Asia and the Trans-Pacific Partnership - Jose Luis
Pacific Basin Research Center Presents
“México, Asia and the Trans-Pacific Partnership”
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 12:00-1:00 p.m.
PBRC Library (Ikeda 475)
The negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership was one of the major explicit goals in the six-year plan (2013-2018) of the Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto. Once a draft of TPP is ready, it is worth discussing its possible effects into NAFTA and Mexico. This talk will analyze in detail the meaning of TPP in the context of Mexican foreign trade strategies as well as its connections with NAFTA and US-Mexican economic relations. The prospects of Mexican relations with Asia will be thoroughly discussed.
José Luis León-Manríquez holds a Ph.D in Political Science from Columbia University, New York. He was member of the foreign service and served as deputy director of the Diplomatic Academy in the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs. León-Manríquez has published 10 books as editor, co-editor and editor. Currently, he is professor of International and East Asian Studies at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana in Mexico City.