U.S. Foreign Policy News

It's tough to live without hope

Jul 27, 2014
Associate Director Eric L.Olson provides a quote on factors that have led to a steady increase in migration flows.

Rate of unaccompanied girls crossing into US outpaces boys

Jul 25, 2014
Program Director Cynthia J. Arnson provides a comment on the proliferation of gang violence among young men in Central America.

What U.S., Central America Have to Tackle to Stem Border Crisis

Jul 25, 2014
Associate Program Director Eric L.Olson provides a quote on the expected U.S. policy toward reintegration.

No easy solutions for child migrant crisis

Jul 25, 2014
Program Director Cynthia J. Arnson is quoted in this article regarding her view on what can be expected from the Central American leaders meeting with President Obama.

APJ participa en foro internacional sobre seguridad, pobreza y migración

Jul 24, 2014
The event “Why are Thousands of Central American Children Risking their Lives to Reach the United States?: A View from Honduras” is discussed.

Presidentes centroamericanos propondrán alianza común a Obama

Jul 24, 2014
The event “Migration of Central American Minors: Causes and Solutions” is referenced.

Immigration Crisis Inseparable From International Criminal Networks – Honduras Minister

Jul 24, 2014
RIA Novotsi mentions the Latin American Program event "Migration of Central American Minors: Causes and Solutions".

Afghanistan Is Not the Next Iraq

Jul 24, 2014
Could Afghanistan be the next Iraq? Michael Kugelman provides four reasons to believe that Afghanistan could avert Iraq’s frightening fate.

Central American Leaders Preview Obama Meeting

Jul 24, 2014
The Wall Street Journal mentions the Latin American Program event "Migration of Central American Minors: Causes and Solutions" in light of the Northern Triangle's Presidential meeting with Obama.

Putin's Choice: 'Confronting the Extremes'

Jul 24, 2014
Since Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was brought down over east Ukraine, Putin has been under intense pressure to persuade pro-Russian separatists accused by the West of shooting it down to stop fighting. William Pomeranz talks about what he thinks Putin will do next.

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