The existing walls along the border have done absolutely nothing to stop the flow of drugs other than to motivate more creative methods of transport.
Mexico’s drug war rages on, virtually unchanged. It is time to ask: what has the decade-long cartel strategy achieved?
Born in the Dominican Republic, Rafael has sat in a Michigan prison cell for the past 22 years for minor, non-violent drug offenses. He’s a victim of the war on drugs, and it’s time he came home.
Before U.S. policy led to the creation of ISIS, it helped create gang violence in Central America. Now a Senate report shows the U.S. isn’t done committing crimes against people of the region.
The U.S. refuses to label Central Americans as refugees because it fails to understand the dangers they face.
El Molino Online has published an infographic detailing the horrific outcome of over half a century of civil war in Colombia.
In the latest episode of Latin American Radio Dispatch, journalist Jessica Diaz-Hurtado reports on Colombia’s disappeared and the loved ones still searching for them.