Tag: U.S.-Mexico Border

The Trump Administration Is Separating Children From Asylum-Seeking Parents at the Border

The Trump Administration Is Separating Children From Asylum-Seeking Parents at the Border

An alarming trend along the U.S.-Mexico border has escalated within the last year: the inhumane practice of separating immigrant children from their parents at the hands of U.S. immigration officials. Not only is this practice deeply traumatic for the families involved, it flies in the face of established U.S. and international law. In response to […]

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DHS: Immigration Arrests Inside the U.S. Spiked While Border Crossings Dropped to Record Lows

DHS: Immigration Arrests Inside the U.S. Spiked While Border Crossings Dropped to Record Lows

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has publicly released immigration enforcement data for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, which shows that apprehensions at the border are at their lowest levels in over 45 years, while arrests in the interior of the country have increased. The data for FY 2017 covers the final four months of the […]

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Why Broadening U.S.-Mexico Cooperation is Good for America

Written by on June 21, 2016 in Economics, Integration with 0 Comments
Why Broadening U.S.-Mexico Cooperation is Good for America

The U.S.-Mexico border is not simply the dividing line between two separate nations. It is a vast expanse of communities that span both sides of the border, integrating the United States and Mexico economically and socially. In other words, it is impossible to capture the reality of El Paso without also including Ciudad Juarez, or […]

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