The eruption of the protests in Hong Kong has reinvigorated the contentious debate on how closely Taiwan should align itself with China. As the violence increases, the island nation is forced to consider that while today it is Hong Kong, it very well may be that tomorrow, China’s attention may be turned to Taiwan.
In this conversation, Dr. Rodriguez discusses the Northern Triangle of Central America, what factors are affecting immigration from this area, and unaccompanied minors who are coming to the United States.
Currently, 70 percent of Syrians living in Syria lack access to clean water and 95 percent lack sufficient healthcare. Behind many of these statistics are powerful personal narratives about the lives of Syrians.
Witnessing first-hand how an immigrant-serving organization handled changes in immigration policy— beginning with the zero tolerance policy, family separations, the Matter of A-B, and the relocation of migrant families— exemplified the dynamic pace of the job and the need for resilience of everyone involved.
The Vietnamese government looks to balance the contrast between Vietnam’s need for trade with China, and its national identity.
San Antonio’s civil society organizations and volunteers are working to support the Syrian refugee population in the face of declining federal support.
As university finances dwindle and the trend toward martketization continues, strikes like these across the United Kingdom will likely continue and grow.
If Denmark outperforms the U.S. in terms of access and costs, what is holding back widespread support for an American welfare state health care system?
Trump’s remarks imply that Mexico and Canada gained from NAFTA economically. Yet a look into the communities and people impacted by NAFTA in Mexico may show a different story.
Had there been enough political will from the Salvadoran government to attempt to solve the T.P.S situation, they would have sought bilateral meetings with the Trump administration and resort to an action as old as time: realpolitik.