The basic rights of humans to equality, liberty, dignity and political expression have been debated by philosophers and political figures throughout history. Wars and revolutions have been fought to attain and preserve them. Yet millions of people throughout the world are still unjustly imprisoned, tortured and killed for their beliefs.
A Central American migrant walks on the train tracks in Arriaga (REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez).
A Refugee and Parole Program for Central American Minors
November 20, 2014, Diana Villiers Negroponte
Diana Negroponte welcomes a recently announced migrant resettlement program that will enable Central American minors to seek refugee and parole status in the United States.
November 14, 2014, Paul Park and Katharine H.S. Moon
Opinion | 38 North
October 16, 2014, Roberta Cohen
Opinion | The American Interest
October 3, 2014, Richard D. Kauzlarich and David J. Kramer
Opinion | The Sydney Morning Herald
September 29, 2014, Jane McAdam
September 25, 2014, Walter Kälin
Opinion | The Washington Post
September 8, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris and Abbie Taylor
Opinion | The New York Times
August 27, 2014, Roberta Cohen
August 19, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris
August 13, 2014, Jane McAdam
August 4, 2014, Elizabeth Ferris
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Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Project on International Order and Strategy, Latin America Initiative
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