Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Has the Pandemic Become an Excuse for Curbing Visitors from the Global South?

Restrictive policies introduced to contain the spread of Covid-19 may now be conveniently applied to contain mobility from the global south to the global north. These Covid-19-related restrictions should have been reviewed pari passu with vaccination and infection rates, and with other mechanisms employed to slow down the spread of the virus. However, in many countries, the >>

Prof. Mehari Taddele Maru Part-time Professor at the Migration Policy Centre and a Fellow at the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
When Will the Global North Provide a Coordinated Response to the Dual Crises Driving Migration?
Erol Yayboke Deputy director and senior fellow with the Project on Prosperity and Development at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Australia and New Zealand: A Fall from Grace
Oriel Morrison One of Asia’s most well-known business journalists and the founder of Kaida Corp
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Continued Travel and Tourism Challenges Plague the Region
Curtis S. Chin Former US Ambassador to the Asian Development Bank, the inaugural Asia Fellow of the Milken Institute and managing director of advisory firm RiverPeak Group, LLC in Virginia in the US
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
New Migration Risks Pose a Long-Term Threat to the Region
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Ryhor Nizhnikau Senior Research Fellow at the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood and Russia program at the Finnish Institute of International Affairs.
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Conflict and Covid Catalyze Migration on the Continent
Justice Malala Award-winning journalist, newspaper columnist, author, and entrepreneur
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Afghanistan Events Cause Jitters amid Mounting Socio-Economic and Political Tensions
Dr. Robert Mogielnicki Senior Resident Scholar at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Economies Will Continue to Rely on Migration Post Pandemic
Dr. Leila Hadj Abdou Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Vienna, Austria and a part-time assistant professor at the Migration Policy Centre at the European University Institute in Italy.
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q4
Mobility Still Shrouded in Uncertainty, while Labor Shortages Mount
Dr. Hannah White Deputy Director of the Institute for Government in London
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