Who Created This Immigration Crisis? The United States

A Century of U.S. Intervention Created the Immigration Crisis

by TUT editor

AMERICA ARMY MILITARY

MEDIUM – At the margins of the mainstream discursive stalemate over immigration lies over a century of historical U.S. intervention that politicians and pundits on both sides of the aisle seem determined to silence. Since Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 declared the U.S.’s right to exercise an “international police power” in Latin America, the U.S. has cut deep wounds throughout the region, leaving scars that will last for generations to come. This history of intervention is inextricable from the contemporary Central American crisis of internal and international displacement and migration. CONTINUE READING

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