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Recent 2009_04_20 Sarukhan
Mary Beth Sheridan (Moderator), Diplomatic Correspondent for The Washington Post
The event included a reception and program on US-Mexico Relations, which was moderated by Mary Beth Sheridan, Diplomatic Correspondent for The Washington Post. Moderator Mary Beth Sheridan and the Ambassador discussed the shifting paradigm of bilateral relations with the US and how Mexico plans to confront its current challenges, including drug violence, immigration, and development. The Ambassador commented on the significant difference between the diplomatic climates of the Bush and Obama Administrations and was optimistic that the current Administration would be more successful at reaching out to Latin America. He also described the changing demographic and economic face of Mexico and asserted that the development of infrastructure is the key to the country's economic success. He stressed the important role that the US, as its largest trading partner, has to play in Mexico's development. Mary Beth Sheridan, Diplomatic Correspondent, Mary Beth Sheridan, Ambassador Sarukhan, and with Ambassador Sarukhan and Mary Beth Sheridan
Mary Beth Sheridan deputy foreign editor, The Washington Post
Shane Harris senior correspondent, The Daily Beast; Future of War fellow, New America; author, "At War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex" and "The Watchers: The Rise of America's Surveillance State" MS. ALLISON AUBREYHere to discuss this week's top international stories on the Friday News Roundup, Edward Luce of The Financial Times, Mary Beth Sheridan of The Washington Post and Shane Harris of The Daily Beast. So, Mary Beth Sheridan, it has been a horrific few weeks for residents of Baghdad. ISIS has taken responsibility for a wave of bombings targeting civilians. Is there a strategy behind these bombings? Mary Beth Sheridan. LUCEYeah, well, as Mary Beth said, it's 200, 300. It's nothing like the kinds of recruits ISIS has been getting. There's it's numbering more in the thousands. And as Mary Beth said, they are cooperating with the Taliban. Mary Beth Sheridan?
Washington Post staff writer Mary Beth Sheridan says local governments received expensive equipment intended to establish new homeland security capabilities but have failed to maintain it:
Sheridan says that some jurisdictions are belatedly budgeting for maintenance, but others are applying for federal grants to pay for maintenance or obtaining new federally-funded equipment.