ABOUT US

The Institute for Strategy and Development Research is a think tank oriented to the analysis and dissemination of information in strategic topics aligned to Mexico’s challenges and structural problems.

 
 
 

The Mexican Strategic Landscape Report is a monthly publication
providing insights from the six different regions that make up the country. It helps readers and decision makers to comprehend the particularities and complexities of each one concerning four main
subjects: security, development, natural resources and power and
authority.

FEATURED PUBLICATIONS

“El Dragón Chino y LATAM: Conversatorio con: Dr. Miguel Ángel Hidalgo, Mtro. Amado Trejo y Dr. Renato Balderrama”

La misión del Instituto conduce a impulsar el debate de temas relevantes entre diferentes audiencias. Buscamos mantener discusiones enriquecedoras con expertos que participan en los campos de nuestro interés. El objetivo de la serie “Conversatorios ISDR” incluye compartir experiencias entre los países Latinoamericanos, ofreciendo reflexiones de valor para estudiantes, académicos, periodistas, investigadores y tomadores de decisiones. Este documento resume notas de ideas de la discusión para análisis futuro. Las opiniones de quienes acudieron al evento son personales y no necesariamente reflejan las de su organización ni las del ISDR.

“The New Viral Order:
Political Scenarios in the Global Crisis”
ISDR Conversation Series: Felipe A. Noguera


The Institute’s mission relies on encouraging debate of relevant topics among different audiences. We strive to have enriching discussions with experts that pertain to our research subjects. The goal of our ISDR Conversation Series includes sharing experiences among Latin American countries and offering insights that could be useful for students and members of academia, journalists, researchers, and decision-makers alike.

This document offers notes and highlights from the conversation for easy access and further analysis. The conversation took place through a platform for remote meetings and allowed for free discussion among the lecturer and other guests. The participant’s opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the Institute.

“FF. AA. Latinoamericanas después del COVID” Conversatorio con:
Conrado Aparicio Blanco
Almirante (Ret.) C. G. Dem.

La misión del Instituto conduce a impulsar el debate de temas relevantes entre diferentes audiencias. Buscamos mantener discusiones enriquecedoras con expertos que participan en los campos de nuestro interés. El objetivo de la serie “Conversatorios ISDR” incluye compartir experiencias entre los países Latinoamericanos, ofreciendo reflexiones de valor para estudiantes, académicos, periodistas, investigadores y tomadores de decisiones. Este documento resume notas de ideas de la discusión para análisis futuro. La conversación tuvo lugar en un espacio virtual, en una plataforma que facilita reuniones remotas, permitiendo libre debate entre el invitado y demás participantes. El evento ha sido único en su tipo y tuvo una concurrencia de cien personas. Las opiniones de quienes acudieron al evento son personales y no necesariamente reflejan las de su organización ni las del ISDR.

Tourism in Mexico Series: Drivers and Sociopolitical Considerations for Recovery

(May 2020)

The “Tourism in Mexico” series launched by the Institute for Strategy and Development Research (ISDR) intends to explore the sector, gather new perspectives, and offer recommendations for businesses and the public sector. This document is the first of such research products. It will focus on the drivers of the industry, before the crisis appeared, and the sociopolitical considerations for recovery. The interaction between these factors must be understood to design and execute successful policies and initiatives.

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The Geopolitical consequences of COVID19

A report made by The Institute Staff

An interview with Dr. Zidane Zeraoui

The Institute for Strategy and Development Research (ISDR) presents its in-depth Interview Series, focused on discussions with figures with a strategic view of events in Mexico and the rest of the world. The first entry is from a conversation with Zidane Zeraoui, Ph.D., a renowned expert in international affairs, and author of numerous books and articles. Dr. Zeraoui has devoted more than three decades to make sense of the political, economic and security trends that define world politics.

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Mexico Post-COVID19

A report made by The Institute Staff

This publication shares the vision of The Institute about the aftermath of the health emergency in Mexico. It is still early to determine with total certainty the effects that the pandemic will bring to the country, but there are some policies, economic and security variables that are already worth analyzing.

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