Using a broader and more accurate measure, our new analysis shows that the number of people removed from the US has dropped significantly during the Obama Presidency.  

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Recent Work

Emma Buckhout // Wed, March 26

See NDN/NPI's statement on the release of the “Border Enforcement Accountability, Oversight, and Community Engagement Act of 2014.”

Emma Buckhout // Fri, February 28

On February 27th, NDN and the New Policy Institute hosted a public forum with leading experts on Mexico, Shannon O'Neil and Eric Farnsworth. In case you missed it, the video is available here.

Emma Buckhout // Fri, February 21

Brownstein on Mexico's pivotal role in the US immigration and trade debates: "There's an opportunity for more productive discussions with our neighbor to the south. We shouldn't squander it."

Andres Chong-Qui // Fri, February 21

Under President Obama, US trade deficit is dropping: 4.5% of GDP under Bush, 3.1% under Obama.

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, January 31

The geopolitical case for the President's trade agenda, and for the his desire to strenghten the liberal international order in a time of great transformation, are compelling.  But there is much serious work yet to do.

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, January 21

The global system created by Presidents FDR and Truman has done more to create opportunity, reduce poverty and advance democracy than perhaps any other policies in history.  It may be the Democratic Party's greatest achievement. 

Brad Bosserman // Wed, November 20

Dec 5th - Video of remarks by ranking Member of House Armed Services Committee, Rep. Adam Smith, on future of US strategy in the Middle East.   Well worth watching for a comprehensive, thoughtful take on some of America's toughest challenges.