Monthly Archives: December 2019

U.S. Trade policy and Immigration: Connecting the Dots

COMMENTARY The border, migrant laborers, the maquiladoras and now ICE jails and deportation. Why hasn’t the discourse on immigration reform ever taken into account how NAFTA produced waves of migration to the U.S.?  Or how CAFTA created maquiladora jobs but … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots: How Trade Policy and Immigration Intersect Posted on December 10, 2019 by ELVIA COMMENT The border, migrant laborers, the maquiladoras and now ICE jails and deportation. One of the legacies of a discourse on NAFTA (or USMCA) … Continue reading

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