Today (April 25), I will be presenting my recent edited book North America 2.0: Forging a Continental Future alongside my coeditor Alan Bersin at the Mexican Council for International Affairs (Comexi).
Update: a video of the presentation is available here.
We are very pleased to be joined by Shauna Hemingway, Deputy Head of Mission at the Canadian Embassy in Mexico City, as well as Comexi president and Sergio Alcocer, former Mexican Under Secretary of Foreign Relations for North America.
The presentation is being done in person at in Mexico City, although I will be joining online (sadly!). It starts at 10 a.m., CDMX/US Central; 5pm UK. Links for both online and in-person attendance are available via the tweet below. The book is available for a free download via the Woodrow Wilson Center.
I also had the opportunity to present my book, A Small State’s Guide to Influence in World Politics in a class at Georgetown University – Qatar (also virtually, although next time I hope to take up the invitation for a visit!). The students were absolutely great, and we had an engaged discussion of the challenges small states face in their foreign policies. Thanks so much to Prof Rory Miller and Dr Fahad Al-Marri for the invitation. I’ve been thrilled to see the continued interest in the book from across the world.