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Eduardo Porter

Eduardo Porter

The New York Times

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How America tried and failed to stay White

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15.05.2024 50

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

To save the right to asylum, we must reimagine it

We have to reform policies — but also change the way we think about migration as a whole. A tent belonging to an asylum seeker is seen...

09.05.2024 30

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Maybe it’s time for the Fed to start obfuscating a little bit

There’s a case to be made that 3 percent inflation might be a better target. (Getty Images/iStock) Listen 6 min ...

03.05.2024 60

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Why can’t the left deal with crime?

El Salvador's president, Nayib Bukele, in San Juan Opico on Nov. 23, 2022. (Marvin Recinos/AFP/Getty Images) Listen 7 min ...

02.04.2024 40

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Will Mexico’s president change the course of U.S. elections?

Migrants who entered the United States from Mexico are lined up for processing by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in 2023 in Eagle Pass, Texas....

21.03.2024 30

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

AI doesn’t have to destroy jobs. It can empower the working class.

An advertisement alongside the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 18. (Markus Schreiber/AP) Listen 5 min ...

19.03.2024 20

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Despite Biden’s efforts, working-class voters still don’t trust Democrats

President Biden speaks to striking autoworkers on a picket line in Van Buren Township, Mich., in September. (Evan Vucci/AP) Listen 5...

11.03.2024 50

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Brazil sidelined Bolsonaro. What can America do about Trump?

Former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro speaks at the gathering of the Conservative Political Action Conference in Fort Washington last March....

19.02.2024 20

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Here’s which states could benefit most from migrant labor

Opinion Here’s which states could benefit most from migrant labor By Eduardo Porter and  Youyou Zhou February 14,...

14.02.2024 20

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

The problem with social media is that it exists at all

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08.02.2024 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Republicans’ immigration bill is not serious legislation

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) speaks about the U.S.-Mexico border at the Capitol on Wednesday. (Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images) Listen...

02.02.2024 9

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

America’s social ills are not simply due to inequality and despair

An unhoused person's tent on a bridge overlooking the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles on Feb. 2, 2023. (Jae C. Hong/AP) Listen 7 min ...

25.01.2024 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Forget about securing the border. It won’t work.

A group of migrants negotiate razor wire as they cross the Rio Grande near Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, in September. (Michael Robinson Chávez/The...

18.01.2024 40

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Who will pay to save the Amazon?

Land deforested in 2020 near Novo Progresso, Brazil. (AP Photo/Andre Penner) Listen 5 min Share Comment on this story...

11.01.2024 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

An iron-fisted war on crime in Latin America will fail

People arrested by police for having alleged links to gangs in Soyapango, El Salvador, in August 2022. (Salvador Melendez/AP) Listen 5...

04.01.2024 5

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Why guilt shouldn’t be the basis for climate change policy

15.12.2023 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Can humanity count on OPEC to phase out fossil fuels?

Sultan Al Jaber, center, CEO of the United Arab Emirates' state oil company, at the 2023 U.N. climate conference in Dubai. (Ali...

08.12.2023 8

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

The Global South hasn’t forgotten Kissinger

President Richard M. Nixon and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in September 1973. (AFP/Getty Images) Listen 5 min Share...

03.12.2023 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

How rich countries can help poor countries fight climate change

People silhouetted against the COP28 logo in Dubai. (Rafiq Maqbool/AP) Listen 5 min Share Comment on this story ...

30.11.2023 2

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

Global trade gets a bad rap. But we can’t stop climate change without it.

An employee produces clothing for export at a factory in Lianyungang, China. (AFP/Getty Images) Listen 5 min Share ...

15.11.2023 10

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

U.S. deal with Venezuela is the most constructive turn in policy in years

26.10.2023 2

Washington Post

Eduardo Porter

US Has Costly Delusions About Decoupling From China

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21.09.2023 2

Bloomberg

Eduardo Porter

Can Mexico Find a Path to True Prosperity?

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19.09.2023 2

Bloomberg

Eduardo Porter

Drones and Missiles Can't Solve America's Drug Problem

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12.09.2023 6

Bloomberg

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