Demetrios Papademetriou

Migration Policy Institute

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President Emeritus and Co-founder of the Migration Policy Institute, a nonprofit group in Brussels that studies migration trends and border issues

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A Migration Deal…a Compromise in Values?

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In the Mediterranean Sea off Libya today, some 200 people died when two boats overturned.

Is Europe's Response to the Refugee Crisis the Right One?

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A  new study  by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that illegal immigration from Mexico has dropped to zero, reversing a trend that has shaped American law, culture and politics.

Is the Immigration 'Crisis' Going Away?

A new study by the Pew Hispanic Center shows that illegal immigration from Mexico has dropped to zero, reversing a trend that has shaped American law, culture and politics.

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