U.S. Immigration Policy
by J. Bush, T. F. McLarty III, E. Alden
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations 2009
Number of pages: 165
This report examines immigration into the United States in a foreign policy context. It broadens the debate by analyzing issues of economic competitiveness, terrorism and national security, human rights, and public diplomacy in the context of globalization. The report then offers recommendations for a twentyfirst-century immigration policy that serves U.S. economic, diplomatic, and national security interests.
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