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Mexico has constructed an effective foreign policy together with the United States. We can observe a mature and robust relationship that admits the difference of legitimate opinions. Only a deep bond, between equals, allows divergences to be expressed such as the one that arose at the most recent Summit of the Americas, held in Los Angeles, where Mexico advocated a broad and inclusive dialogue in the face of a different U.S. position. We live in times of geopolitical stress that remind us of the tensions of the Cold War and the war in Europe. Aware of the historical lessons, both countries are able to overcome their differences and cooperate for mutual benefit. In the present and going forwards, Mexico and its foreign policy must navigate the sometimes stormy waters of the United States. We know how to establish an architecture of peaceful coexistence, and channel the avenues of cooperation in formal spaces for dialogue and joint action.