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Approaching Immigration as a Global Issue

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Approaching Immigration as a Global Issue

Approaching Immigration as a Global Issue

Approaching Immigration as a Global Issue

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Daniel Sneider argues in a San Jose Mercury News op-ed piece that immigration is a global issue, not just a national one. He says it would be wise for the United States to look at how other nations are handling immigration before shaping its own approach to the matter.

Daniel Sneider, foreign affairs columnist for The San Jose Mercury News. He is also a fellow at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University.

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