A US Border Crisis Could Be Imminent – Here is How to Avoid It

By Andrew Selee

The Biden administration will need to move fast on a new regional architecture to address Central American migration.

It is hard to imagine a worse scenario than what is happening in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, the countries that have been the source of much of the irregular migration to the United States over the past six years Hurricane Eta has left untold destruction in its wake and is now being followed by an even stronger hurricane Iota, hitting the region’s most vulnerable populations particularly hard with mudslides, flooding, and power outages This amidst the dire economic and health effects of the pandemic To put it bluntly, heading north will continue to be seen as an option...

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