Sybil Rhodes: «Migration cooperation is not a substitute for solving problems directly»
November 13, 2019
Sybil Rhodes is the president of CADAL, specialist in international relations and comparative politics, director of the Department of Political Science and International Relations of the CEMA University, and of the Master in International Studies. She has a doctorate and a master's degree in Political Science from Stanford University and has a degree in Latin American Studies from the University of North Carolina. In this interview, she reflects on migration flows in America and how difficult it is for countries, especially the democratic ones, to be politically open to migration. She also gives us her opinion on how to cooperate with Venezuelans and on the restrictions imposed on Central Americans in the United States.