Opinions

Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: Russia and the CIS

Russia’s pivotal position in Central Eurasia, its comparatively lenient migration laws, and, frequently, the absence of a language barrier virtually guarantee that Russia will remain the largest migrant recipient in 2019 for the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Ukraine, as well as a popular destination for Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, North Korean, and Turkish workers. Despite a downward trend in... >>

Dr. Marina Soroka Independent scholar and published author whose field of expertise is the history of European international relations
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Caribbean
Dr. Suzette Haughton Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica
Opinions 7 January 2019
Global Mobility Trends: Climate Migration
Prof. Rosemary Lyster Professor of Climate and Environmental Law at the University of Sydney and Director of the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: Sub-Saharan Africa
Ryan Cummings Director of Signal Risk
Opinions 7 January 2019
Regional Mobility Trends: The Americas
Dr. Diego Acosta Leading international expert on global and comparative migration law and Associate Professor in Migration Law at the University of Bristol
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Halal Travel
Fazal Bahardeen Founder and CEO at CrescentRating
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Increasing Visa Liberalization Among African Nations
Ryan Cummings Director of Signal Risk
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The GDPR and the Right to Be Forgotten
Hendrik Seidel Associate in the Germany office of Baker McKenzie
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The Rise of Instrumental Citizenship
Prof. Dr. Christian Joppke Executive Director of the Institute of Sociology and Professor of General Sociology at the University of Bern
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