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Japan’s Immigration Reluctance
September 15, 2015

Japan’s Immigration Reluctance

By Kyla Ryan
Despite its demographic crisis, Japan isn’t interested in relaxing its immigration controls.
'Not Indian Enough': Bobby Jindal, Heritage, and Politics
July 01, 2015

'Not Indian Enough': Bobby Jindal, Heritage, and Politics

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
U.S. politicians Bobby Jindal and Nikki Haley offer two different models for immigrant assimilation.

South Korea's Foreign Bride Problem
January 29, 2015

South Korea's Foreign Bride Problem

By Philip Iglauer
The government tries to tackle the thorny issue of migrant brides and domestic violence.

South Korea's War on Brain Drain
September 13, 2014

South Korea's War on Brain Drain

By Tae-jun Kang
South Korea is finally trying to reverse the flow of high quality human capital fleeing the country.

Taiwan’s Desperate Migrant Mothers
June 09, 2014

Taiwan’s Desperate Migrant Mothers

By Jens Kastner
When the marriages don’t work out, the country’s foreign brides often face desperate circumstances.
Abenomics’ Structural Reform Revamp
May 19, 2014

Abenomics’ Structural Reform Revamp

By Clint Richards
Abe’s government is set to reveal specifics about the “third arrow” of structural reforms in June.

Japan Recommends Population Targets, Neglects Immigration Question Again
May 14, 2014

Japan Recommends Population Targets, Neglects Immigration Question Again

By Clint Richards
Tokyo worries about population decline, but has yet to admit the problem requires drastic change.
Immigrants and American Power
November 28, 2013

Immigrants and American Power

By Zachary Keck
From the Republic’s inception, immigrants have played an outsized role in America’s rise on the world stage.

Japan Softens on Refugees
September 29, 2010

Japan Softens on Refugees

After accepting new Burmese exiles, will Japan show more of its humanitarian side?

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