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Isabel Studer

Isabel Studer is the founding director of the Center for Dialogue and Analysis on North America at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico. She has been assistant director general for Canada at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, director of research at the North American Commission for Labor Cooperation and director general for North America at Mexico’s Ministry for the Environment.

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Isabel Studer

Who Controls North America?

Today, even the U.S. government is just one of many players April 2012
Few tasks are as complex and problematic as the assessment of how one or several states construct or constrain the power of another state. In fact, a complete subfield of study in political science has been devoted to this very issue. The titanic endeavour undertaken by Stephen Clarkson and Matto Mildenberger in Dependent America? How Canada and Mexico Construct