'Disorder by Design': Aid Group Details How Trump Has Manufactured Crisis at the US-Mexico Border
Following recent outrage over President Donald Trump’s decision to slash aid to Central American countries, a new report out Friday details how his administration has “manufactured” a crisis at the southern border and offers policy solutions for how the U.S. can better address the flood of asylum-seekers from the region.
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The report—titled Disorder by Design: A Manufactured U.S. Emergency and the Real Crisis in Central America (pdf)—was published by the New York-based International Rescue Committee (IRC) and relies on first-hand accounts from beneficiaries, partners, and staff on the ground in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala.
It comes after Trump’s threats to completely close the U.S.-Mexico border and the State Department’s confirmation that the administration is cutting hundreds of millions dollars in aid to the three Northern Triangle countries—which critics warn will “only foster the same instability that is making people flee in the first place.”
“The administration’s policy toward the Northern Triangle is both inhumane and illogical,” declared IRC president and CEO David Miliband. “Cutting aid, closing borders, and returning thousands to unsafe and unstable countries is bad policy and bad strategy—putting lives and American interests at risk.”
“For too long the crisis in the Northern Triangle has been defined by those arriving at the border,” added Miliband, who visited El Salvador last month. “Yet that lens fails to address why they are coming—the mothers, fathers, and children I met, who just want to be safe in their homes and communities.”
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