The Visa Curse
Thousands of legal U.S. immigrants are stuck choosing between living here with their spouses or staying behind and pursuing their careers.
Obama’s Immigration Action Doesn’t Go Far Enough
All the undocumented farm workers who harvest our food deserve a chance to live without fear of deportation.
The Fight to Keep Toxic Mining—and the World Bank—Out of El Salvador
Hundreds of protesters recently gathered at the World Bank to shame a gold mining firm’s shakedown of one of Central America’s poorest countries.
The Other Immigrant Youth Crisis
Some Republicans want to end an Obama directive that lets undocumented teens and young adults temporarily work, study, and live legally in the United States.
A Promising but Precarious New Normal for the Young and Undocumented
A two-year-old executive order has helped thousands of undocumented young people plan for their future, but their plans could be erased with the stroke of a pen.
The Latest Crack in Our Broken Immigration System
Undocumented immigrants who arrive as children may be well into their 40s before they get a green card.
Fasting to Pierce the Silence from Congress on Immigration
Women are joining together in creative ways to call for more sensible immigration policies.
Restaurant Industry Pay: Taxpayers’ Double Burden
New report shows that while restaurant executives are fighting living wages for their workers, they’re also benefiting from tax subsidies for their own pay.
The Long Struggle for Moro Autonomy in the Philippines
An interview with a commander of the Moro National Liberation Front in the Philippines.
The Wahhabi War on Indonesia’s Shiites
Indonesia’s Shi’a minority is under heavy attack by Saudi-funded Wahhabists.
Postcard from Kiribati
Mortally threatened by climate change, Kiribati’s future will be determined by one airport runway.
Postcard from Hatay
The locals in one Turkish border province take a dim view of the anti-Assad fighters making their home there.
Paul Kagame is on track to win a second term as Rwanda’s president. But he is increasingly isolated, both domestically and internationally.
The Thai government is cracking down on protesters, but don’t expect much criticism from Washington.
Interview with Mwandawiro Mghanga
The Kenyan opposition leader talks about U.S. relations with his country in the age of Obama.