Mexico's Left-Right Combination
Friday, Feb. 16, 2001
Mexico's President Vicente Fox, formerly a conservative businessman, is
relying on a leftist academic, Jorge Castaneda, to articulate and
promote his ambitious vision of U.S.-Mexico relations. Nancy Birdsall of
the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and Robert Pastor,
former National Security Council staff member who co-authored a book
with Castaneda, explain why they are not such an odd couple.
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Video by Ben de la Cruz, Travis Fox, Tom Kennedy, Jane Menyawi and Jefferson Morley / washingtonpost.com
Castaneda audio courtesy of The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
Photos by AP, AFP, Reforma, Reuters.
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