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Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q1
Nationalism, Mobility, and Citizenship in the Covid Era

The Covid-19 pandemic proved the first major blow to the post-globalization system of mobility. The lockdown reinforced national identities as many individuals returned to their homelands. Constraints on international travel have also temporarily reduced the value of mobility privileges for many. But the fallout from the pandemic will ultimately accelerate pre-existing trends towards citizenship acquisition as transnational... >>

Prof. Peter J. Spiro Charles Weiner Professor of Law at Temple University Law School
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q1
Planning for Human Migration Due to Climate Change Must Top the Global Agenda
Charles Phillips Independent researcher and consultant for Oxford Business Group whose field of expertise is energy and climate change policy in the Middle East
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q1
Digital Visas Disrupt and Intensify the Race for Human Capital
Greg Lindsay Director of Applied Research at NewCities
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q1
Pandemic Likely to Enhance Options for Investor Migrants
Dr. Christian H. Kaelin Chairman of Henley & Partners, an expert in investment migration, and the inventor of the passport index concept
Opinions Global Mobility Report | 2021 Q1
The Impact of Covid-19 and the Future of Global Mobility
Dr. Parag Khanna Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data- and scenario-based strategic advisory firm headquartered in Singapore, and author of numerous books including Connectography and The Future is Asian
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q4 2020
Covid-19 Accelerates the Rise of Digital Nomad Visa Options
Greg Lindsay Director of Applied Research at NewCities
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q4 2020
Middle Eastern Conflict and Crises Drive Emigration and Displacement
Lorraine Charles Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q4 2020
Covid-19 Jeopardizes Mobility in Europe’s Schengen Area
Prof. Simone Bertoli Professor of Economics at Université Clermont Auvergne (CERDI) in France and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q4 2020
Economic Community and Cross-Border Co-Operation Are Key to Covid Recovery
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
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