Monday, February 1, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST
With the Biden Administration vowing to relax immigration enforcement along the Southwest Border, U.S.-Mexico bilateral security cooperation rapidly deteriorating, and the Mexican government increasingly unable or unwilling to combat organized crime within its own borders, the United States is at a pivotal point in its relationship with Mexico. Transnational criminal organizations continue to flourish and corrupt political, military and law enforcement leaders throughout Mexico, while unprecedented quantities of deadly opioids flow across the border and onto the streets of the United States. This livestream will address the evolving security crisis in Mexico and the best path forward for President Biden’s National Security Council and State, Justice, and Homeland Security Departments in mitigating the effects of that crisis on the United States.
- Kevin Roberts, Ph.D. (Moderator) – Executive Director, Texas Public Policy Foundation
- Mark Morgan (Panelist) – Former Acting Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
- Josh Jones (Panelist) – Senior Fellow, Border Security, Texas Public Policy Foundation
When you RSVP, you will receive more information on how to tune in, a reminder before our event is live, plus access to the video if you’re unable to watch in real time or want to share it with friends and neighbors.
The livestream can be viewed Monday, February 1st at 12PM CST via the following links. Watch via YouTube to submit your questions during the live Q&A.