This issue of The Source further explores the policy and politics nexus as it appears in both practice and law, while mapping out key issues
in countries including Albania and Germany. You will find:
- a Migration Fundamentals article on
understanding immigrant politics in the US by Michael Jones-Correa of Cornell University.
- an analysis of
Germany's much-anticipated immigration law by Rainer Münz of the Hamburg Institute of International Economics.
- MPI Senior Policy Analyst Muzaffar Chishti's examination of the wider implications of the recent US
Supreme Court ruling on the rights of "enemy combatants."
- new comparative charts of the
age-sex pyramids of immigrants in the US, prepared by
MPI Senior Demographer Elizabeth Grieco.
- an updated
Australia profile by Christine Inglis that maps out the competing economic, political, and cultural forces facing the country's migration policy makers.
- a new profile of
Albania, which is experiencing some of the world's most sweeping migration changes, by Barjaba Kosta.
- a Spotlight on
Canadians in the United States by
MPI's Senior Demographer Elizabeth Grieco and Betsy Cooper.
- our regular Policy Beat feature, in which MPI's Betsy Cooper looks at the latest developments affecting US migration policy, including the recommendations of the
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