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Various Issues Led to the Termination of the U.S.-Canada Shared Border Management Program
Richard M. Stana (au)
The U.S. and Canada share a border that extends nearly 4,000 miles, and one of the world’s largest trading relationships. Border congestion and the resulting wait times have a substantial economic impact on both nations. Furthermore, the heightened emphasis on border security since 9/11 has lengthened time for travelers and cargo crossing into the U.S. From 2005 to 2007, the U.S. and Canada were engaged in negotiations to implement land pre-clearance at ports of entry. But, in April 2007, these negotiations were officially terminated. This report addresses the following questions: (1) What negotiations have been conducted regarding the shared border mgmt. pilot project? (2) What issues led to the termination of shared border mgmt. negotiations? Illus.
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