New 21st Century Border YouTube Featuring International Mayors, Administration Officials, and Border Experts

NDN/NPI was fortunate enough to participate in the Office of Congressman Silvestre Reyes’ and The University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) eighth annual Border Security Conference, and the Southwest Border Mayors meeting both in El Paso Texas.

While there we were able to sit down with leaders from Mexico and the United States to discuss safety issues in the region, the critical importance of the geo-political relationship between the United States and Mexico, the growing economic power of exports and imports from Mexico, and the need to pass comprehensive immigration reform to foster the legal movement of people into and out of the country.

Below are a list of border leaders featured on the NDN/NPI 21st Century Border YouTube page. Each link below will take you to each individual interview playlist.  These playlists consist of the full interviews broken out into several different YouTube videos for a more digestible viewing experience.

Border Mayors Interviewed

Juan Carlos Escamilla, Mayor of San Luis, AZ
Madeleine Praino, Mayor of Vinton, TX
Ken Miyagishima, Mayor Of Las Cruces, NM
Hector Murgia, Mayor of Juarez, MX
Jose Rodriguez, State Senator, El Paso, TX
Michael Gomez, Mayor Of Douglas, AZ
Carlos Bustamonte. Mayor of Tijuana, MX
Andres Silva, Mayor Of Deming, NM

Administration Officials

Ron Kirk, United States Trade Rep
Thomas R. Delaney, Mission Director Mexico, USAID

Border Experts

Adam Salerno, Chamber Of Commerce
Nelson Balido, President, Border Trade Alliance
Paul Teeple, Director, AGanar, Partners For The Americas

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