Mexican nationalism under the 4T is characterized by a series of principles and policies that seek to protect and promote the interests of Mexico and its people. Some key aspects of Mexican nationalism under 4T include:

  • Making sovereign decisions in areas such as trade, foreign investment and foreign policy, emphasizing non-intervention and self-determination
  • An economic policy aimed at strengthening the internal market and national production. Boost national industry and commerce, promote self-sufficiency and reduce dependence on other countries
  • Protect and sustainably use Mexico's natural resources, such as oil, minerals and biodiversity. The government seeks to maintain state control over these resources and ensure that their exploitation benefits the country and its people