The No-Nonsense Guide to: International Migration

Book, 2001, 144 pp
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Computer chips, or designer jeans, or coffee beans, can fly around the world almost at will, but human beings have far less freedom. If they want to work in another country, many would-be migrants are forced to risk life and limb travelling illegally - locked in cargo containers headed for North America, or clinging to fragile craft trying to penetrate 'Fortress Europe.' Yet most of the rich countries are short of workers, and have shrinking and aging populations, so actually need more immigrants. The No-Nonsense guide to International Migration unravels some of these bizarre and brutal paradoxes, explaining the economic and social issues, and arguing for more rational approaches to immigration.

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