Burden-Sharing, Development, Turkey, and Hungary
This month, The Source tackles two critical issues in the migration field: burden-sharing and development.
We are also pleased to add Hungary and Turkey to our growing list of country profiles.
In this issue:
Kim Hamilton, Managing Editor of The Source, discusses the promise and limitations of
the complex relationship between migration and development.
Christina Boswell of the Hamburg Institute of International Economics explores
the concept of burden-sharing and the nature of its enduring appeal in a new age of immigration.
Kemal Kirisci of Bogaziçi University describes the evolution of migration policy in
Turkey, a country with a long history of immigration and asylum.
Judit Juhász examines the forces that have transformed
Hungary into a sending, transit, and
destination country for migrants, as well as the prospects for a comprehensive social, economic, and political strategy to manage migration.
In our monthly Spotlight feature:
MPI's Elizabeth Grieco provides an overview of foreign-born Filipinos living in the US.
In the News:
Veysal Oezcan of Humboldt University Berlin writes about the
German court ruling on headscarves, and its
relation to religious freedom and immigrant integration.
MPI's Kenneth Okoth discusses the
ramifications of undocumented immigration for Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's ruling coalition.
Christine Inglis describes recent efforts on the part of the Australian government to put a stop to
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