The New Hemispheric Order
The United States, Canada and Mexico should form a "common security perimeter" as part of a broad security and economic plan aimed at boosting trade and bolstering the continent's borders, a tri-national task for report urged Monday.
"Our vision of North America is one of three sovereign states whose formal collaboration must reflect their mutual interdependence while respecting their differences," a joint statement issued by the task force's chairman said...
"The three countries should develop a secure North American border pass with biometric identifiers," the report said. "This document would allow its bearers expedited passage through customers, immigration and airport security throughout the region."
...The task force was jointly sponsored by the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations, the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations.
The post The "New Partnership in North America": double-plus NAFTA from a few days ago discussed this task force.