International Migration by Jonathon W. Moses
Globalization's Last Frontier (Global Issues Series)

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Abolish border controls? Let in large numbers of immigrants? Can this author can be serious? That may be the immediate response to this book’s evidence in favour of getting rid of costly, often inhumane and only partially effective barriers. But the whole apparatus of passports, visas and fenced borders is relatively new in history. It never used to be regarded as necessary. The United States, Canada and the Latin American countries were built on migration, while Europe has over the past fifty years actively encouraged largescale immigration. Jonathan Moses puts the arguments in favour of free mobility, and counters those against. His conclusions are clear and profound: free international migration can lessen the huge inequalities and injustices of globalization.

About Jonathon W. Moses

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Jonathon W. Moses has been at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) since 1993.
Published April 4, 2013 by Zed Books. 277 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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