Relations Between Mexico and the United States

Archive Report

Since the promulgation by the Mexican Government of the new land and petroleum laws on December 31, 1925, a series of notes have been exchanged between Minister of Foreign Affairs Saenz and Secretary of State Kellogg. In these notes each side has set down and reiterated the fundamental principles for which it stands. The United States insists that the Mexican land and petroleum laws as interpreted by the government under President Calles are confiscatory while Mexico affirms that she has a clear right to make such property laws as she may see fit and that the United States has no reason or right to object to them until some actual specific wrong has been done to American property through the execution of these laws.

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