Rafael Fernandéz de Castro

Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico

Guest

Professor of International Relations, and former Dean, of the Department of International Studies at Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM); Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs at Syracuse University; advisor on foreign policy and US-Mexico relations for then-President Felipe Calderón

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