Tuesday 7th April 2020

Analysis

NEED FOR WORLD MIGRANT POLICY

Migrants from one country to another can be classified into two categories. One category is those..

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Truth vs. Trump on Immigration

Webster’s Dictionary defines “emergency” as “a sudden, urgent, usually unexpected..

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A Medical Assessment of Trump’s Asylum Policy

In a stuffy attic-turned-office in Tijuana, Mexico, Juan (his name has been changed to protect his..

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Crimes by Illegal Immigrants Widespread Across U.S.—Sanctuaries Shouldn’t Shield Them

The decision by a California appeals court Friday overturning the conviction of an illegal..

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Closing the Refugee Education Gap

Nowadays, making an investment – whether in shares, bonds, property, gold, lottery tickets, or..

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The Power of Cash for Refugees

The world is experiencing the highest levels of forced migration on record. Conflict, natural..

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How we became the world’s suckers on immigration

Looking at our immigration policies compared to the rest of the world, you’d think America lost a..

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The Fork Is Mightier than the Wall

The word “migration” conjures images of war, natural disaster, and severe economic distress...

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Mexico’s Migration Mistake

Last month, US President Donald Trump’s administration railroaded Mexico into agreeing to take..

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Is Immigrant-Bashing a Vote Winner for the Left?

Is a hardline position on immigration the key to electoral success for Europe’s beleaguered..

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U.S. unauthorized immigrants are more proficient in English, more educated than a decade ago

Unauthorized immigrants in the United States are better at speaking English and more educated than..

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Setting the Record Straight About African Migration

In recent years, images of young Africans attempting to reach Europe, sometimes through the most..

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Feds: Immigration top US crime, one-third of all sentencings

Immigration crime, virtually all involving illegal male, Hispanic immigrants, was the top offense..

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Cyr: Immigration reform important for U.S. policy — and politics

The happy and powerful do not go into exile,” wrote Alexis de Tocqueville, the brilliant visitor..

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U.S. census should ID, but not count, illegal immigrants

Decent, law-abiding people know that crime is wrong and it’s unjust to profit from..

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