The direct coupling of trade policy with immigration is a drastic new step.
[T]he tactical defeat suffered by Trump could be ... a substantial victory for the racist and xenophobic agenda that has dominated the debate about ... immigration policy.
What is needed are policies and legislation that attack the causes of migration head on.
The Democratic Party’s policy to protect marginalize groups may no longer be beneficial.
Not since the U.S. presidential election of 1992 has there been another as important for Mexico as the one that will take place next November. When Democrat Bill Clinton won the election in 1992, he had already negotiated and signed the North American Free Trade Agreement and its ratification was pending in Congress. [Read more]
All the U.S. presidents have been thinking what Donald Trump said, and at times, they have even said it themselves.
President Obama´s announcement arrived too late for the Democrats and too late for all the families who have been affected, but it is at least a step on the road to recognizing the rights of millions of people.