Internationalizing NM: What stands in our way?

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  1. IcarusPhoenix says:

    “Public Private Partnerships. Fascism. United Nations Agenda 21. It is all there between the lines.”
     
    …and under the tin-foil hat.

  2. erikhawkes says:

    Public Private Partnerships. Fascism. United Nations Agenda 21. It is all there between the lines.

  3. Doris V says:

    Totally agree with this.  NM needs to promote itself in a better way.  International is the only way to go.  We can’t go back to isolationism.  Planet Earth needs all it’s peoples to co-operate and prosper by many means.  We need to develop a better environment for all living things.

  4. Shimon de Valencia says:

    This is a very timely article.  The more people are exposed to New Mexico the more they admire it.  However there is very little will to invest or promote the state, and an expectation everything will take care of itself. I am doing research on 
    New Mexico and Arizona’s language policy at the University of Queensland. Whenever i approached anyone in official circles for information or an interview i either was replied with silence or asked why was i bothering?  Fortunately i have a lot more tenacity than that.  There was a complete lack of understanding of the attractiveness of and need to promote New Mexico, its history, culture and people. International tourism is a serious source of revenue in Australia, and we all understand the need to promote and welcome visitors.  Foreign students are a serious source of revenue in our universities.  New Mexico is a great brand.  But without vision, investment and stepping outside the box it is just that.  A lot of promise but little effort.  UNM
    M could easily become a major  center for research and study on the world stage.  Good for funding, good for the economy and good for the state.