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Illegal Immigration Illogic

Joseph Chamie YaleGlobal, 22 July 2014
With loose enforcement, implicit message on immigration: if you make it, you can stay
NEW YORK : At a time when the United States is unsure what to do with its 12 million illegal immigrants, the country is beset by a dilemma caused by a deluge of new wave of immigrants – unaccompanied children. More >

Chinese Challenge: Australia’s Japan Choice

Evelyn Goh YaleGlobal, 17 July 2014
Australia may be ignoring long-term strategy by supporting Japan against top trade partner – China

The Islamic World and the West: Recovering Common History

Nayef Al-Rodhan YaleGlobal, 15 July 2014
Europe overlooks long history of good exchanges with Arab-Islamic world and encourages defensive posture

In the News

Peter Baker
The New York Times, 23 July 2014
Critics advice? More tough talk, weapons or “equipment” for one side or the other
Roxane Horton
World Politics Review, 23 July 2014
Countries are not prepared for climate refugees
Ian Goldin
Project Syndicate, 22 July 2014
Governments should pursue new priorities and oversight
Robert Einhorn
Brookings Institution, 21 July 2014
Trade-offs are required; success is far from assured
Gareth Price
Chatham House, 21 July 2014
Water management is not enough with population set to grow by 30 percent before 2040

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