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20 Int'l L. News 1 (1991)

handle is hein.journals/inrnlwnw20 and id is 1 raw text is: Global Changes to be Focus
of Washington Spring

Meeting
lie      Section's  Annual  Spring
Meeting returns to Washington,
D.C. this year on April 24-28,
1991 at the Capital Hilton Hotel. The
Spring Meeting will offer a broad range
of programs for the practitioner,
scholar, and student. Among the high-
lights will be four showcase programs:
* Economics and National Security
• Constitutional Reform and Commer-
cial Opportunities
0 Annual Review of Judicial and Arbi-
tral Decisions Affecting International
Business and Trade Law
0 Trade Trends for the 1990's
Leading international experts will par-
ticipate in the meeting, including Rob-
ert M. Kimmitt, Undersecretary of State
for Political Affairs, William E. Brock,
former United States Trade Representa-
tive and U.S. Senator, and Robert D.
Hormats, Goldman, Sachs & Co.
The traditional National Press Club Din-
ner will feature a timely roundtable dis-
cussion on arms control in the post-cold
war era, featuring Ambassador R. James
Woolsey, U.S. Representative to the
Negotiations on Conventional Armed
Forces in Europe, Thomas R. Graham,
Jr., General Counsel of the U.S. Arms
Control and Disarmament Agency, and
other foreign policy experts.

Beginning with the opening reception at
the new Canadian Embassy, registrants
will have over 25 events from which to
choose. Whether your interest lies with
efforts to privatize government-owned
enterprises in Eastern Europe, regula-
tion of foreign investment in the United
States, international trade in the 1990s
or international litigation, you will find
the Spring Meeting provocative and ed-
ucatonal.                           The Canadian Embassy will host
See pages 18-21 for a summary agenda  the Spring Meeting Opening Reception
and registration information.
U.S.-MEXICO TRADE TALKS: A PREVIEW
By Stewart A. Baker and Jeffrey P. Bialos
P resident Bush and Mexico's President Salinas announced on June 11, 1990,
that they had agreed in principle to the concept of a U.S.-Mexico free trade
agreement (FTA). Since that datt, preliminary work has been underway to
establish the groundwork for formal negotiations. On September 25, 1990, President
Bush officially notified the House Ways and Means and the Senate Finance
Committees of his intent to begin negotiation ofa FTA with Mexico. At the same time,
constituencies on both sides of the border, as well as in Canada, have begun to focus
on the idea of a FTA, identify its potential benefits and costs, and voice opinions. This
early activity has been concentrated in a number of important areas: (1) the scope of
FTA negotiations (issues to be included); (2) the process, including the status of
legislative fast track; and (3) the role of Canada in the talks, including the prospect
of trilateral negotiations. While there have been no firm decisions on these matters,
there are identifiable areas of both consensus and controversy.
(continued on page 6)

How to Become Active
in the Section
page 16

Legal Issues of the
Gulf War-
See Chairman's Column
Page 2

March 1, 1991 is the
Deadline for Property Claims
in Eastern Germany
Page 3

COPYRIGHT 1991 - AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION

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