Two Nations Indivisible (2013) tells the story of the United States’ relationship with its neighbor to the south: Mexico. These blinks explain the profound connections between the two countries as well as the misunderstandings that keep them apart, with an emphasis on political and economic relations.
Shannon K. O’Neil is a specialist in Latin America at the Council on Foreign Relations, an American NGO and think tank that endeavors to educate the public on issues of foreign policy. Her work has been published in the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and USA Today. Two Nations Indivisible is her first book.
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