United States Needs Cogent Immigration Law to Guide the Nation and its Values

The Globe Post published an op-ed by Frank V. Zerunyan of the USC Price School on US immigration law and American values. Frank V. Zerunyan: For almost 250 years the US has been enriched by immigrants, but no one has had the courage to pass comprehensive immigration reform to clearly state who can be welcomed…

Price Governance Salon: Jennifer Brinkerhoff, George Washington University

Jennifer Brinkerhoff discussed her recent book, Institutional Reform and Diaspora Entrepreneurs: The In-Between Advantage. Externally-promoted institutional reform, even when nominally accepted by developing country governments, often fails to deliver lasting change.  Diasporans – immigrants who still feel a connection to their country of origin – may offer an In-Between Advantage for institutional reform, which links…

When Immigrants & Refugees Flood Our Shores

When refugees & immigrants flee to America’s shores, the American fear of “them” is great but so too is the moral responsibility.  Discussion of the possible threats and great benefits refugees bring with them in their search for new homes. Ehsan Zaffar, Senior Advisor at the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at the Department of…