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Pushing the Problem Back

August 17, 2015 // Le Devoir - Canada - French

The stream of thousands of unaccompanied children illegally crossing the border into the United States from Central America last summer caused much unrest. Under pressure from America, Mexico hastily reacted by launching the “Plan Frontera Sur” [Southern Border Plan], meant to intercept migrants at the border with [Read more]

What’s Happening with the Children?

July 14, 2015 // El País - Spain - Spanish

It has been about a year since the immigration crisis of 2014 was declared in the United States. It is a particularly unjust and painful crisis, as the immigrants it refers to are children and adolescents. Although the flow of youth migrations has been observed for years, there was recently a considerable increase in [Read more]

Cuba Yes, Yankees Yes

April 21, 2015 // El Faro - El Salvador - Spanish

At this point, it is unremarkable to say again that the meeting between Barack Obama and Raúl Castro during the Summit of the Americas in Panama is a historic milestone. Clearly it is, and it has consequences for the whole continent, because it changes the nature of the relationship between Latin America and the [Read more]

One More Break for the Undocumented

January 15, 2015 // Diario Co Latino - El Salvador - Spanish

President Salvador Sanchez Ceren’s government expressed its “congratulations” through its Ministry of Foreign Relations, after an announcement made January 6 by President Barack Obama’s administration about a new extension of Temporary Protection Status, known as TPS. The TPS extension, the 10th one since [Read more]

A Masterful Play of International Policy

January 8, 2015 // El Mundo - El Salvador - Spanish

There's been a recent international event which, owing to its far-reaching effects and direct importance to us, deserves special coverage and analysis: The declaration on the part of the U.S. and Cuba to restore full diplomatic relations (which have been broken since the ‘60s), and to agree to initiate talks of the [Read more]

A Triumph for the Revolution

December 29, 2014 // Diario Co Latino - El Salvador - Spanish

The re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the United States, as well as the return to the island of three Cuban heroes who were unjustly imprisoned over false crimes of espionage, without a doubt are triumphs of the Cuban revolution. What happiness must fill Commander Fidel Castro with joy; [Read more]

The End of the Final Chapter of the Cold War

December 26, 2014 // El Mundo - El Salvador - Spanish

<i>The United States and Cuba have taken an important step in ending decades of confrontation. Hopefully, it will result in Cuba having more freedom, democracy and prosperity.</i> The last chapter of the Cold War in Latin America culminated yesterday with the announcement that the United States and Cuba will [Read more]
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