There’s nothing “uncontrollable” about people applying for asylum. All the U.S. has to do is meet its obligations under international law.
Trump’s tariffs-for-crackdown tradeoff punishes Americans and Mexicans and doesn’t fix the border. It’s hard to imagine a more misdirected plan.
In this Special Report, the Americas Program analyzed existing Safe Third Country Agreements to determine what such an agreement would mean for Mexico, for the United States and for the migrants from Central America who pass through Mexico to seek safety in the United States.
Trump’s Mexico Tariffs Are About White Nationalism, Not Trade
Mexico tariffs might energize Trump voters for 2020, but they won’t reduce immigration
Safe Third Country, Remain in Mexico: US Asylum Policies Violate Rights
The Troubling Relationship Between Bolsonaro and Dictatorships
- Killings in Mexico: Collateral damage or the result of a failed security policy?
- Colombia’s Santos Latest to Cite Failure of War on Drugs Model, So Why Does the US Keep Pushing It?
- AP Story on New US-Mexico Drug War Cooperation at Sea Raises Questions
- Secretive Kushner and Nielsen Visits to Mexico Bode Ill for Binational Relations
- Signs of Progress in Nafta Talks but Countries Remain Deeply Divided
Mexico’s Dilemma: Tariffs or Impose Trump’s Draconian Immigration World Summit of Mothers of the Disappeared Interview with Robert Reich: Closing the Border to Mexico is “Insane”