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Latin America's Migration Lesson for the World

March 15, 2019

While the U.S. has remained transfixed by caravans with several thousand Central Americans winding their way northward to the United States, a much larger and faster migration flow is taking place only a few thousand miles south. More than three million Venezuelans have left their country in the past three years, fleeing political conflict and a dramatic economic collapse that has left stores without basic goods and hospitals without medicine.

There was a brief pause in the number of people leaving when the National Assembly declared Juan Guaidó the constitutional interim president...

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