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1. Ten Years of Democratizing Data: Privileging Facts, Refuting Misconceptions and Examining Missed Opportunities

2. Are Immigrants a Threat? Most Americans Don’t Think So, but Those Receptive to the “Threat” Narrative Are Predictably More Anti-immigrant

3. Using Risk Analysis to Shape Border Management: A Review of Approaches during the COVID-19 Pandemic

4. The Causes Behind the Ciudad Juárez Migrant Detention Center Fire

5. Militarized Security and a Cartel Apology in Matamoros

6. Migration restrictions in the West: Some ethical concerns

7. Explaining immigration restrictions using a sequential path dependency model

8. 2020 American Community Survey: Use with Caution, An Analysis of the Undercount in the 2020 ACS Data Used to Derive Estimates of the Undocumented Population

9. Migrating through the Corridor of Death: The Making of a Complex Humanitarian Crisis

10. Implications from the Guard's Extensive Use: A Cautionary Tale of 2020

11. Beyond Border Security, Keeping Pace with Migrants, Refugees, and Climate Change

12. Making the Dominican Republic Great Again?

13. U.S. Immigration Detention System: “A Living Hell”

14. Putting Migrant Reintegration Programs to the Test: A Road Map to a Monitoring System

15. Four Years of Profound Change: Immigration Policy during the Trump Presidency

16. The Challenge of Coordinating Border Management Assistance between Europe and the Maghreb

17. The Central Role of Cooperation in Australia’s Immigration Enforcement Strategy

18. Digital Health Credentials and COVID-19: Can Vaccine and Testing Requirements Restart Global Mobility?

19. Rebooting the Asylum System? The Role of Digital Tools in International Protection

20. The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Border Communities: The Case of Chipinge – Zimbabwe

21. The EU Settlement Scheme

22. Why Europe Should Build Legal Migration Pathways with Nigeria

23. Mass Migration as a Hybrid Threat? – A Legal Perspective

24. Why U.S. Immigration Barriers Matter for the Global Advancement of Science

25. Obscure but Powerful: Shaping U.S. Immigration Policy through Attorney General Referral and Review

26. Migration Management and Border Security: Lessons Learned

27. Mobility and Empire in Japanese History

28. Reverse Migration to Mexico Led to US Undocumented Population Decline: 2010 to 2018

29. What’s Wrong with Temporary Protected Status and How to Fix It: Exploring a Complementary Protection Regime

30. The Use of Executive Orders and Proclamations to Create Immigration Policy: Trump in Historical Perspective

31. European migration and border management: Future reforms reassert symbolic solidarity

32. Immigration Policy as Foreign Policy

33. The Traumas of Ethiopian Male Migrants: Re-integration efforts must put vulnerabilities at the centre

34. From legal to administrative subsidiarity: Diagnosing enforcement of EU border control

35. Illegal Immigration and Crime in Texas

36. A new Gaza: Turkey’s border policy in northern Syria

37. What North Korea’s Coronavirus Measures Say About Its System

38. A Study and Analysis of the Treatment of Mexican Unaccompanied Minors by Customs and Border Protection

39. Immigration and U.S. National Security: The State of Play Since 9/11

40. Managing the Pandemic and Its Aftermath: Economies, Jobs, and International Migration in the Age of COVID-19

41. Building a New Regional Migration System: Redefining U.S. Cooperation with Mexico and Central America

42. One Year after the U.S.-Mexico Agreement: Reshaping Mexico’s Migration Policies

43. Venezuelan Migration, Crime, and Misperceptions: A Review of Data from Colombia, Peru, and Chile

44. Rethinking the U.S.-Mexico Border Immigration Enforcement System: A Policy Road Map

45. At the Starting Gate: The Incoming Biden Administration’s Immigration Plans

46. Transnational Impacts of Muslim Bans and US Sanctions

47. Is Regular Migration Safer Migration? Insights from Thailand

48. US Undocumented Population Continued to Fall from 2016 to 2017 and Visa Overstays Significantly Exceeded Illegal Crossings for the Seventh Consecutive Year

49. Bodily Inertia and the Weaponization of the Sonoran Desert in US Boundary Enforcement: A GIS Modeling of Migration Routes through Arizona’s Altar Valley

50. Fixing What’s Most Broken in the US Immigration System: A Profile of the Family Members of US Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents Mired in Multiyear Backlogs

51. The Effects of Immigration Enforcement on Faith-Based Organizations: An Analysis of the FEER Survey

52. Do Immigrants Threaten US Public Safety?

53. Paradoxes of Protection: Compassionate Repression at the Mexico–Guatemala Border

54. Venezuelan Migration and the Border Health Crisis in Colombia and Brazil

55. An Overview and Critique of US Immigration and Asylum Policies in the Trump Era

56. Universal Representation: Systemic Benefits and the Path Ahead

57. DACA and the Supreme Court: How We Got to This Point, a Statistical Profile of Who Is Affected, and What the Future May Hold for DACA Beneficiaries

58. Maximizing the Shared Benefits of Legal Migration Pathways: Lessons from Germany’s Skills Partnerships

59. Fleeing Violence in Central America: Time to Implement Canada’s Resettlement Policies

60. New Gaza Crossing Raises Questions About Blockade Policies

61. The Real Solution: Regional Response Rather than Border Closures, Mass Incarceration, and Refugee Returns Share

62. Protecting Refugees and Restoring Order: Real Solutions to the Humanitarian Crisis

63. EU Pressure on Niger to Stop Migrants is Reshaping Cross-Border Economies: From migrants to drugs, gold, and rare animals

64. All at sea: Europe’s crisis of solidarity on migration

65. Border games: Has Spain found an answer to the populist challenge on migration?

66. Hostile Environment: How Immigrants Became Scapegoats with Dr. Maya Goodfellow

67. Immigration-Related Policy Changes in the First Two Years of the Trump Administration

68. From Control to Crisis: Changing Trends and Policies Reshaping U.S.-Mexico Border Enforcement

69. Investing in the Neighborhood: Changing Mexico-U.S. Migration Patterns and Opportunities for Sustainable Cooperation

70. Rethinking U.S. Immigration Policy: New Realities Call for New Answers

71. Cross-Border Trade and Corruption along the Haiti-Dominican Republic Border

72. Perspectives on the Content and Implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration

73. Proposed Public Charge Rule Would Significantly Reduce Legal Admissions and Adjustment to Lawful Permanent Resident Status of Working Class Persons

74. Immigration and the War on Crime: Law and Order Politics and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996

75. DREAM Act-Eligible Poised to Build on the Investments Made in Them

76. Twenty Years After IIRIRA: The Rise of Immigrant Detention and Its Effects on Latinx Communities Across the Nation

77. Immigration Governance for the Twenty-First Century

78. From Right to Permission: Asylum, Mediterranean Migrations, and Europe’s War on Smuggling

79. The Case for a National Legalization Program without Legislation or Executive Action

80. Family Matters: Claiming Rights across the US-Mexico Migratory System

81. Post-Conflict Peace-Building in a Contested International Border: The Nigeria-Cameroon Border Conflict Settlement and Matters Arising

82. The Diversity of Citizenship of Palestinians and its Impact on their Mobility: Passport and Visa Issues

83. MESA and the Muslim Ban

84. The Niger-Libya Border: Securing It without Stabilising It?

85. How the United States Should Address Refugee Protection at its Border

86. Israel Is Not Deporting Refugees

87. Multilateral Damage: The impact of EU migration policies on central Saharan routes

88. Solutions to Fight Private Prisons’ Power Over Immigration Detention