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Tom Barry is Director of the TransBorder Project at the Center for International Policy and author of Border Wars. He blogs at Border Lines.
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According to Mexican tourism officials, magical experiences and eco-adventures
Republicans are right to obstruct funding for DHS—but they're doing it for the wrong reasons.
The author of the BR/MIT Press book Border Wars and longtime BR contributor examines the ruins of
On July 2, 2012, the day after Enrique Peña Nieto won the presidential election, a group of some
Rick Perry does not simply keep his ear to the ground. He claims he is “conservative to the core,” and we can readily believe him.
Border Wars offers a stark portrait of the domestic cost of failed federal leadership in the post-9/11 era.
What Americans Can Learn From Their Rogue State.
Federal border policy is now effectively dictated by alarmist border-area sheriffs and politicians.
Profits, poverty, and immigration converge
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