Honduras does not have the capacity to guarantee physical security, health and food to migrants, considering how difficult it is for the country to do this for its own citizens.
Like Mexico at first, then Guatemala and El Salvador recently, our country is now engaged in a process of raising an invisible wall to thousands.
To improve the long-term situation, Washington must first work toward improving conditions in Central America, in addition to reforming its own asylum procedures.
The delivery of these files ... provides concrete knowledge and assorted data, as abundant as it is valuable.
They arrived tired, their feet sore, and came without any money but with the hope of improving their lives.
What is needed are policies and legislation that attack the causes of migration head on.
It is ... in Washington where the tragedy of migration in Central America and Mexico has been building for some time.
Ultimately, the tragedy is not that decency is no longer an attribute that politicians should project, whether falsely or truly. The tragedy is that the public no longer seems to care.
The cover of Time magazine ... has been a symbol of the drama sweeping the globe.
One of the issues that has kept listeners in suspense is the scandal of children being separated from their immigrant parents and caged in detention centers. These revelations provoked so much public outrage the White House reacted by issuing an executive order to stop the embarrassing spectacle. Presumably, these and [Read more]