Biden has a migration plan for the Northern Triangle

by Canning House Associate Fellow Andrew Thompson

Every week, Andrew Thompson draws on his great wealth of knowledge and experience of Latin America to bring our audience in-depth insights on economics, political risk, and business in the region.

Looking ahead to the US Elections on 3 November, this week he examines the details and implications of Joe Biden's plan to address regional migration issues in the 'Northern Triangle.'

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With US Democratic Party senator Joe Biden currently leading the opinion polls in the US presidential race, there is interest in what he proposes to do to reduce illegal immigration from Central America.

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About the Author Andrew Thompson

Andrew Thompson

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Andrew is a former foreign correspondent (Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro) and a broadcaster for the BBC’s Latin American Service. He is an Associate Fellow at Canning House in London. Working through La Rambla Research Ltd., he writes about economics, political risk, and business in Latin America.

These stories are also available on Andrew's blog site, La Rambla Research

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