USMCA Disputes Left on Back Seat at ‘Three Amigos’ Summit

By Carin Zissis

Amid dramatic global headlines, the three leaders grasped to find common goals to work on.

For the tenth time since 2005, another North American Leaders' Summit has come and gone and, with it, questions about how much progress was made on goals set at the last one. U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau bid adiós to their host and Mexican counterpart Andrés Manuel López Obrador with a freshly inked trilateral declaration in hand, spurring questions about whether the three governments can make good on new pledges by the next Summit. Pundits will point out which lofty goals were raised (climate change, migration, supply chains) and which ones took a...

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