North American Homeland Security: Back to Bilateralism?

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Appendix: Investigative Questions

QUESTIONS
1. How would you characterize the current bilateral relations?
2. What are the two main issues characterizing this relationship?
3. How has Homeland Security affected this bilateral relationship since 9/11, if at all?
4. Do you see visible security-related changes in this bilateral relationship? If so, in what way?
5. In your opinion, have economic ties suffered from the post–9/11 security emphasis? If yes, how?
6. Is NAFTA compatible with the new security priorities? Please justify answer.
7. Have there been disagreements with the Canadian/Mexican/U.S. authorities over the interpretation of DHS regulations? Please elaborate.
8. Have there been disagreements with the Canadian/Mexican/U.S. authorities over the implementation of the DHS regulations? Please elaborate.
9. How can the bilateral relations be improved to your satisfaction? In other words, what steps must the two sides take (that have not yet been taken) to enhance bilateral economic relations?
10. How can the third partner affect this bilateral relationship?
11. Where do you see this bilateral relationship headed in five years?
12. Will bilateral economic relations flourish under the security umbrella? Please justify.
13. Taking all into account, are you satisfied with current bilateral relations? Please justify.
14. How would you characterize the other two North American bilateral relations?
15. What in your view are the two main issues characterizing these other bilateral relationship?
16. How has U.S. Homeland Security affected these other bilateral relationships since 9/11?
17. Are there visible changes in the other bilateral relations given the security priority since 9/11?
18. Have economic ties suffered from the security emphasis since 9/11? If yes, in what ways?

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