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Dan Restrepo writes about the need for improved U.S.-Mexico relations.
In the face of election-cycle demagoguery on immigration, the Biden-Harris administration is moving forward with a serious, multipronged strategy to address the complex root causes of migration in the region.
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Mexico’s lawsuit against major U.S. arms manufacturers and distributors is a reminder of the fact that America’s gun violence epidemic extends well beyond its own borders.
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The United States cannot afford to ignore the progressing spread of COVID-19 among its neighbors in the Americas.
Weak laws in the United States, along with high rates of gun manufacturing, fosters an environment ripe for cross-border gun trafficking, wreaking havoc within Mexico.
The United States must reject the politics of cruelty and chart a new course on migration policy that is cooperative, compassionate, and pragmatic.
As the Trump administration begins to answer for its erratic trade policy agenda, Congress must assert its oversight and hold the administration accountable to the economic priorities of working families.
Mexico’s immigration policies fail to address the needs of returnees and Central American migrants.