Why do nations south of the U.S. border harbor grievances toward their North American counterparts? Do they perceive a haughty attitude that is unwilling to cooperate with them in the development of their nations? Why do some of these nations refuse to dialogue and exchange diplomatic relations? Is it because they perceive that we disregard their interests in favor of our own? Must every agreement heavily favor U.S. interests and largely ignore the health and interests of those who live south of our U.S. borders?
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