Suspending immigration is not the key to U.S. economic woes; rather, it will be a hindrance to getting the economy back on its feet.
Taking apart the arguments of division that underscore the populist movements emerging in today’s liberal democracies
Middle Eastern immigrants began arriving in the 1850s, and Brazilian governments have long promoted a narrative of harmonious relations between Arabs and Jews. Is this a myth? Is it a basis for a more robust Brazilian foreign policy for the region?