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On June 2, Mexico, the United States’ top trading partner, will elect its next president. Mexico’s next president has a unique opportunity to build on the partnership with the United States. With shared interests and challenges, this pivotal moment could serve as the launching pad for renewed strategies to address mutual areas of interest such as economic cooperation, security improvements, and migration.

How can the United States and Mexico further their relationship over the next sexenio? What areas should be prioritized to ensure the stability and durability of this relationship? How might the conversations surrounding topics of migration, fentanyl, USMCA, nearshoring, and other commercial efficiencies change over the next several years?

Join the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center on Tuesday, June 4 from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. for a live, in-person conversation on the road ahead for US-Mexico relations with The Honorable Ken Salazar, United States ambassador to Mexico. Ambassador Salazar will join the Atlantic Council for his first public address following the June 2 elections.

Ambassador Salazar has served as United States ambassador since August 2021 and previously served as US secretary of interior, US senator, and Colorado attorney general.


The Hon. Ken Salazar
Ambassador to Mexico
United States


Jason Marczak
Vice President and Senior Director, Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center
Atlantic Council

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