Germany: Migration Policies for the 21st Century

Philip L. Martin
Content Type
Working Paper
University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC)
As immigration and integration become subject to heightened public debate and policy attention, Germany and the United States must rethink the policy process in order to promote policy consistency and awareness of its international repercussions. Recent German and U.S. debates and policy changes point to the need for agencies to monitor developments and suggest policy options, and administrative structures that permit some flexibility in administering immigration and integration policies.
Government, Migration, Politics
Political Geography
United States, Europe, Germany