There won't be more Dreamers, if the Wall between Mexico and USA is not built
Donald Trump has indicated he will scrap plans to find cash for his border wall in this week's spending bill.
51% of the people from El Salvador who were shielded from deportation have lived in the USA for more than 20 years
Spring arrived on a dark note for three politically relevant ladies: Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel and Dilma Rousseff.
The lower house of Paraguay's Congress has voted overwhelmingly to reject a constitutional amendment that allowed the president to seek re-election.
43 millions of immigrants, 15% of the US population, live with the fear of being deported due to the severe measures of president Trump
On the surface, the outcome of the Paris climate summit falls far short of what is needed to save the planet from global warming. Then again, maybe practical success isn’t the measure by which it should be judged.
Although it seems that after the last elections the Left has suffered a serious setback, it also seems that it has not failed in its approaches
The election of the Europeanist Macron, who is a real child of the banking system and of the forces of globalization
The International Organization for Migration states that Honduran immigration accounts for 0.3% of its total population
Self-determination is the most controversial word when it comes to the history of these two places, but do they have more similarities than what they are aware of?
A constitutional amendment passed by the Senate last month is being called “the end of the world” amendment by its opponents. Why? Because the consequences of the amendment look disastrous — and long lasting.
As Rafael Correa leaves for Belgium, he does so with a heavy heart.
The first part of this sequence explores the negative effects social media can have in politics.
Temer's time running out; economic reforms delayed; possible names to succeed the discredited president
The proposal of Tabarnia, a constitutionalist state within an independent Catalonia, represents a comic relief to the uncertainty that has been going on since the 21-D
A justice on Brazil’s Supreme Court on Monday night removed the powerful head of the Senate from his post, as tensions have escalated between Congress and the judiciary
New Prime Minister, Ana Brnabic, gives strength to the EU inclusion process
Six years after it was revealed that the health providing company was embezzling large sums of money, there are still significant inconsistencies
After Trump's victory, Latinos have turned to look at Brazil as a place to chase their dreams
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