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CSIS president: National security argument for NAFTA must be made clearer

July 17, 2017
Proponents of the North American Free Trade Agreement should more often and more forcefully explain the national security benefits of the trade deal, especially as it relates to U.S.-Mexico cooperation on a range of fronts, Center for Strategic and International Studies president John Hamre said Monday. Hamre -- a former deputy Defense secretary -- added that security cooperation with Mexico is “dependent” on NAFTA. “The depth of cooperation on true, hard security issues is deep and profound, and it’s 24...

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