The win represents a major success for GM workers in Mexico.
Lan Duong is a senior from San Jose, California, majoring in International Relations and Spanish. Within GPI, Lan writes about issues of migration and human rights.
Why the climate migrant narrative is problematic
Alarmist language about climate migrants too often ignores the crisis' nuance.
Afghan refugees face cold reception in Europe
As Afghan refugees flee the Taliban, members of the European Union are running out of sympathy for migrants.
India’s farmers take to the streets to protest agricultural bills
Ongoing farmers protests in India see thousands take to the street in demonstration.
Under Trump, the Department of Homeland Security overstepped its authority in Central America
DHS played an outsized role in Central American foreign policy and violated international human rights agreements under Trump.
Indigenous populations in the Brazilian Amazon struggle to survive COVID-19
Coronavirus exacerbates threats already facing Brazil's Indigenous tribes.