The Mexican Council on Foreign Relations (COMEXI) is the first pluralistic and multidisciplinary forum advocated to analyze and debate Mexico’s role in the international politics, as well as the influence of those events on the national scene.The Council is a civil and non-profit association independent form the government, and financed exclusively by membership fees and corporate support. Its primary goal is to build a framework where international issues can be discussed thoroughly, and that provides Mexican and foreigners with information to make strategic choices more accurately.
There are three special programs developed by the Council in order to adapt to each associate’s needs: the Corporate Program, addressed to leading companies; the Institutional Program, which gathers Foreign Embassies in Mexico, international organizations with offices in our country, as well as, research and teaching centers; and the Term-Member Program, created to support future leaders.
COMEXI produces numerous research papers on important topics and co-authors outstanding materials such as “Mexico and the World 2006”, elaborated in partnership with the Center for Research and Teaching in the Social Sciences (CIDE) and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Participation in conferences, studies and working groups abroad are among additional activities of the Council. It has formed alliances with key regional and international organisations in the United States, Latin America and Asia.
The high level of our debates, in a friendly and open framework, has made us an important forum for foreign personalities that visit our country, at the same time that it has allowed COMEXI to gain recognition as an opinion leader in foreign affair matters and global issues.
ISRAEL H SEGUIN
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