Even if a “wave” of migration happens in early 2021, the new Biden administration can handle it with minimal drama while phasing out the Trump administration’s harsh anti-asylum policies.
Taking stock of the region’s “new normal” of heavy migration flows, and the administrative and policy shifts that the Biden administration—and governments and international organizations regionwide—must undergo.
A policy-by-policy overview of what it would take for the Biden administration to undo the Trump administration’s hardline border and migration policies.
A look at El Paso and Ciudad Juárez a year after a gunman’s rampage at an El Paso Walmart.
An investigation of the policymaking process within the Trump administration and the outsized role played by a 34-year-old hardliner in the White House.