May 20, 2019 at 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Boston Public Library - Rabb Lecture Hall
700 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116
Roberto Domínguez, Professor of International Relations at Suffolk University
Elise Pitcairn (firstname.lastname@example.org, 6175428995)
The United States and Mexico have a long, intertwined history, with both countries prominently featured in each other’s politics and agendas. The war on drugs, immigration and trade issues have taxed the relationship over the years. What impact will new leadership in both countries have on this crucial partnership?
Roberto Domínguez is Professor of International Relations at Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts. He was Jean Monnet fellow at the European University Institute in Florence and Researcher at the European Union Center of Excellence of University of Miami. His current research interest is on comparative regional security governance, security governance in Latin America, European Union-Latin American Relations and Mexican external relations. Some of his publications include: Security Governance and Regional Organizations (with Emil Kirchner, Routledge, 2011); EU Foreign Policy Towards Latin America (Palgrave, 2015); “Global Governance in the United States” (in Global Governance from Regional Perspectives: A Critical View, Anna Triandafyllidou, Oxford University Press, 2017). “External Powers in Asia” (with Bjørnar Sverdrup-Thygeson, for EU-Asia Security and Trade, forthcoming in 2020); and Regional Security Governance in Latin America (with Andrea Oelsner forthcoming in 2020). Professor Domínguez has also contributed as consultant for projects for the European Parliament and the European Commission. Currently is Senior Editor of the upcoming Encyclopedia of European Union Politics (Oxford University Press).