MEXICO CITY | NEW YORK CITY | November 16th, 2016
The Global Dialogues @ SIPA is a new signature series in the ongoing celebration of SIPA’s 70th Anniversary, designed to use new technology to connect SIPA faculty with the global network of SIPA alumni.
Trailer Video of Mexico City Event
In this inaugural event, 85 SIPA alumni and guests convened in Mexico City and online from locations around the world to hear experts discuss the potential effects of the incoming Donald Trump administration on the U.S.-Mexico relationship, one week following the US presidential election. Sponsored by SIPA and the Columbia University Club of Mexico, the event delivered an expert discussion on the potential changes in the U.S.-Mexico relationship, given the surprising outcome of the U.S. election.
Participants included moderator Aurora Adame MIA ’99 and panelists Beatriz Leycegui MIA ’90 of the consulting firm SAI Law & Economics; Luis Rubio, President-elect of the Mexican Council of Foreign Relations; and SIPA Vice-Dean Eric Verhoogen, co-director of the Center for Development Economics and Policy, who joined via videolink from New York and SIPA alumni, who also connected via videolink and participated live in the Q&A. Live footage from this two hour event and all online and in person questions can be viewed by clicking on the video clips below. To read more about this event, click here.