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'The Abuse Was Structural:' Report Offers Glimpse Of Life Inside Now-Empty Tornillo Migrant Camp

The tent city popped up over the summer, about 40 miles from El Paso, as the U.S. government sought more space to hold hundreds of unaccompanied teenagers caught crossing the Rio Grande from places like Honduras and Guatemala. It was supposed to be a temporary solution, but a one-month contract to operate the camp stretched to two months, then three, then into the holidays as its population swelled.

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Why America Still Needs The Rest Of The World

Foreign Affairs magazine editor Gideon Rsoe joins Krys Boyd to talk about how America's relationships with other countries has changed since the Cold War. He writes about it in his essay, "The Fourth Founding: The United States and the Liberal Order."

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