In 2012, Indonesia reached a milestone. For the first time in recent history, the number of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in Indonesia topped 1,000. Yet Indonesia doesn't protect the vulnerable newcomers. Instead it detains, abuses, and neglects them.
What does unprecedented enforcement spending actually mean for a vulnerable migrant seeking protection in the United States?
Child farmworker struggles are symptoms of a blight that's buried by the spin of corporate agriculture: the politics of the food system are spoiled rotten.