Taken together, it is hard to imagine an agenda more hostile to the interests of Hispanics in the US than what the House GOP produced this Congress. 

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Recent Work

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, July 18

NDN/NPI's report finds that the Obama Administration has made the border safer, the immigration system better while dramatically expanding trade with Mexico.  The report also reviews the current migrant crisis, and offers suggestions on what should happen next.  

Robert J. Shapiro // Thu, May 1

In this piece, Dr. Robert Shapiro explains the true meaning and significance of the World Bank's latest declaration that by a new purchasing power parity accounting, China's GDP is projected to top America's this year. 

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, April 25

Any fair cut of the data shows that the Obama Administration has made the immigration and border enforcement system far better than they found it.  The House GOP needs to find a better excuse for not moving forward on immigration reform.  This one is ridiculous. 

Andres Chong-Qui // Tue, April 15

In light of the current public discussion of the Obama Administration’s immigration and border enforcement record, we offer up a wide array of background materials from NDN/NPI, the media and other organizations. 

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."

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.