The World of Migration
Since MPI’s founding in 2001, much has changed in the world of migration and integration policy. Among other developments, societies have become more polarized, with immigration often used as a wedge issue; migration management has become more complex amid a rise in mixed flows; 9/11 and other terrorist attacks shifted the immigration frame to an overwhelming national security focus; humanitarian protection needs have reached record levels; and climate change has emerging as a growing consideration in relation to human movement. What do leading migration scholars have to say about these and other developments? This podcast, launched in connection with MPI's 20th Anniversary, explores these and other issues with top thinkers in the field, from MPI and beyond.
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The U.S.-Mexico Border Becomes More High-Tech
A Complex Picture: Diversifying Migration Flows & Policies at the U.S.-Mexico Border
New Avenues to Help Refugees Get to Safety and Restart Their Lives
The Golden Ticket? Exploring the World of Investor Visas
The “Great Replacement” Theory and the Often-Toxic Stew of Immigration and Nationalism
Thinking Regionally to Act Locally in Immigration Policy
Leveraging the Benefits That Immigration Can Bring
Immigrant Integration: Essential to the Success of Immigration Policy
Immigration Reform Denied: Destined to Repeat the Cycle of Failure?
Building a Modern U.S. Immigration and Asylum System in the National Interest
The Challenges of Humanitarian Protection in the 21st Century
Making Migration Policy in an Ever More Complex World