Mexico Needs a New Strategy for the Northern Triangle

By Brenda Estefan

The next administration should work more closely with its neighbors to address migration.

MEXICO CITY — In March, tragedy struck when two Honduran migrants were hit by a train in the southern state of Chiapas, killing one of them and seriously injuring the other. This somber event along the Maya Train route served as a poignant reminder of migrants’ perilous journeys through Mexico, the gateway between Central America and the U.S. Migration across the U.S.’s southern border has become a topic of continuous strain between Washington and Mexico City, and is a major issue in the U.S. presidential election. Mexicans will also head to the polls in June, and although migration...

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