The minister of interior and home affairs ... irresponsibly signed an agreement ... to send all those applicants for asylum in the U.S. back to Guatemala.
Safe third safe countries: ruthless genius or pure, cheap populism? Only time will tell.
Entering the U.S. illegally has never been so difficult. If you try, you will be arrested and deported.
[W]hy there has been so much success in meeting Trump's requests and so little response to the demand for greater security by the public.
[T]here is no consideration of the damage inflicted upon desperate people who are forced, sometimes at the expense of their own lives, to search for a new way of life.
[T]he widespread defamation of immigration service employees who are just doing their jobs leads to more than a few of the country’s citizens declaring the very fact that the U.S. government is regulating its borders a virtual “crime against humanity.”
[T]his new ode to a white America of a bygone era ... is, in fact, extremely reprehensible.
... Donald Trump, in one of his crazy tweets, wrote: “Biggest part of deal with Mexico has not yet been revealed.” What next?
Trump’s resources for reprisals are enormous.
The agreement reached, in which Mexico gives everything, has no precise goals by which to evaluate whether the measures have been successful or not.