Tom Barry, senior analyst at the Center for International Policy in Washington, DC, directs the institute's TransBorder Project. Barry cofounded the International Relations Center—1979-2007—where he helped establish its Foreign Policy in Focus, Americas Policy, Global Good Neighbor, and Right Web programs.
Barry has authored and coauthored numerous books about the U.S.-Mexico borderlands and Latin America, including Mexico: A Country Guide, Zapata's Revenge, Crossing the Line, The Challenge of Cross-Border Environmentalism, Feeding the Crisis: Food Aid and the Farm Crisis in Central America, and The Great Divide. He has written extensively on U.S. immigration, trade, aid, and foreign policy. Barry lives in Pinos Altos (near Silver City)in southwestern New Mexico with Debra Preusch and two daughters, Alex and Taylor. His cover article, "A Death In Texas," in the Boston Review was a finalist for the 2009 National Magazine Award.
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