Anyone who leads China and the United States to a full-on confrontation will be considered a sinner by history.
But what are the limits to determination? How do we know when it turns into stubbornness, obstinacy or obsession?
<i>The more migrants from Mesoamerica* who stream toward the border, the more urgently the American Democrats need to propose their own solutions.</i>
The dumbest argument against Donald Trump’s wall was always the assertion that the president was trying to combat a crisis that didn’t even exist. Families, [Read more]
Matteo Salvini, a Catholic, has been critical of Pope Francis chiefly following his calls to open the doors to immigrants.
[S]trategists believe that the social divide will lead Trump to emphasize his most aggressive aspects in order to nail down the bulk of the electorate who voted for him in 2016 precisely for being the voice of a white and exclusionary nationalism.
The soft blow expected to the U.S. economy could seriously jeopardize [Donald Trump's] campaign. ... The chance of this snag has led him to play up his populist strategy of xenophobic tirades.
Immigrants who have been released from these centers report ill treatment, inedible food ... and general brutality.
The United States has taken a long time to understand that serious agreements cannot be made with corrupt governments.
The number of families without papers that arrive at the border has broken various records in recent months, but the number of migrants that cross the Mexican border illegally is far from its maximum two decades ago.