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Avila spent the past six years working on binational issues for the San Diego Chamber of Commerce.
I sat down with Avila to reflect on her time with the Chamber and to talk about what the city of San Diego can do to bring the binational megaregion to the next level.
In the long term, if additional binational supply development opportunities make sense for the region, we would consider those possibilities in our regional supply mix.
Spener, from the commission, said it would require a new binational agreement.
During a binational tourism hearing in National City in 2019, Oscar Escobedo, Baja California’s secretary of tourism, suggested that the United States and Mexico could build a cross-border trolley to better connect the mega-region.
Whether the appropriate resolution to the conflict is a binational state is a question for discussion.What to Make of Le Mood's Decision to Disinvite Speakers Over Israel Politics?|Mira Sucharov|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For this reason, we frequently hear silly suggestions, such as those in favor of a binational state or of annexing the West Bank.
Ehud Barak said, “The simple truth is, if there is one state, it would have to be either binational or undemocratic.”
The cold war with Venezuela had gutted the once vibrant $3.2 billion binational trade.The Killing of Guerrilla Leader Boosts Violence-Weary Colombia|Mac Margolis|November 13, 2011|DAILY BEAST
"All we ever talk about is military programs"—an approach to binational relations that he believes is shortsighted.