The Overlooked Costs Of Immigration Laws
Professor Chandran Kukathas, Dean, School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University
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Immigration is most commonly discussed through the lens of the emigre seeking a way into a new land and the rules put in place to secure borders from those deemed undesirable to enter the country. But another, less explored approach of looking at immigration control is to consider the impact on the receiving society and whether the costs of exchanging freedom for secure borders is ultimately what we as a society want. Prof. Chandran Kukathas, author of the book "Immigration and Freedom" puts forth alternative views of the immigration debate.
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Produced by: Moh Heng Ying
Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar
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Categories: politics, international, Law/Activism
Tags: migration control, immigration, freedom, border control,