RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Illegal migration and corruption, two interrelated scourges, are the main reasons for the visit to Guatemala this Sunday and Monday of the U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, in a tour that will also take her to Mexico.
It does not seem a coincidence that only three days before Harris's visit, the US government has this Thursday decided to place the fight against corruption, both in the US and globally, as one of its national security priorities.
Corruption in Guatemala is one reason why every year, more than 300,000 of its citizens decide to . . .