Biden’s Afghan Withdrawal Will Spark the Next Refugee Crisis
The European allies that fought alongside the United States will face the fallout as thousands of refugees flee the Taliban, giving fodder to far-right parties.
How the Danish Left Adopted a Far-Right Immigration Policy
In an effort to outflank the populist right, the ruling Social Democrats have adopted one of the harshest refugee policies in the world.
Mexico’s López Obrador Is Pulling an Erdogan on Biden
By reducing U.S.-Mexican relations to migration, Biden is letting himself be played—and ignoring a crisis south of the border.
As Europe Reopens for Travel, North America Is Staying Shut
Scientists say it’s safe for vaccinated people to travel, but the politics of fear is keeping borders closed.
‘Now I Can’t Go Home’
Afghan interpreters who worked with the U.S. military clamor for U.S. visas to escape Taliban retribution.
The (Literal) Gap in U.S. Migration Policy
Kamala Harris’s recent trip to Latin America missed a brewing crisis in Panama’s Darién region.
Spain Takes a Leap to the Populist Right
This week’s border crisis with Morocco will cast a long shadow over Spanish politics.
Biden’s Top Priority in Central America Is Fighting Corruption. That’s an Uphill Battle.
In the last few years, as politicians, judges, and other campaigners were stymied, the political will to fight graft has eroded.
Refugee-Run Organizations Deserve More Money
Governments tend to fund large humanitarian agencies, but small groups run by refugees are a better investment.
‘Minari’ Is About Korean American Faith as Well as Family
The U.S.-Korea relationship has always been shaped by Korean Christianity.
Can Kamala Harris Resurrect the Alliance for Prosperity?
The vice president’s plan for Central America depends on tackling rising corruption.
Biden’s Immigration Plan Exists on Paper, Not in Reality
The administration has ideas for fixing the country’s migrant influx. Now it needs the courage to implement them.
The Biden 100-Day Progress Report
We asked 25 experts to grade the administration’s start on foreign policy
Biden’s Refugee Policy Is a Profile in Cowardice
As immigration becomes a political crisis, the U.S. president has chosen pandering to nativists over problem-solving.
The United States Can’t Welcome More Refugees Without Reforming Its Resettlement System
Trump gutted the programs that helped aid and place migrants. Now Biden is left with a mess.
Britain’s Immigration Overhaul Is Shortsighted
The United Kingdom needs to prepare for future climate migrants rather than obsessing over asylum-seekers.
On Immigration, ‘Building Back Better’ Isn’t Enough
Rather than taking Obama-era policies as a baseline, Biden needs to start from scratch.