Bio-tracked, Mistreated, Hog-tied: Immigration Detention in East Asia in 2021
By Surabhi Chopra and Chloe Fung
COVID–19 Is a Test for Climate Migration and the World Is Failing
By Pierfilippo M. Natta and Adam Weinstein
Does Migration Help or Hinder Timor-Leste’s Development?
By Claire Millar
Assam’s ‘Miya’: Proving You Are Indian
By Priyanka Borpujari
India's Real Migration Challenge Has Little to Do With Skilled Visas and the United States
By Sahana Kumar
The Epic Story of How the Turks Migrated From Central Asia to Turkey
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
China’s Russian Invasion
By Joshua Kucera
‘Does Anyone Remember Us?’
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard received widespread criticism from human rights groups for his ‘Pacific Solution’ to an influx of refugees. But is Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s ‘Indonesian Solution’ any better? Joe Cochrane meets the refugees of West Java who fear that they are simply being forgotten.
We Were All Boat People Once
Two months after docking in Indonesia, a boat full of Sri Lankan refugees still don’t know if they will be allowed to reach their intended destination of Australia. Susan Merrell looks at how the debate has unfolded in Australia and visits a New South Wales town with direct experience of the issue.
Too Close for Comfort?
As Singapore emerges from its sharpest and most protracted recession, the city-state’s policymakers have been keen to emphasize the importance of immigrants to the country’s future well-being. But as Jeya Segaram discovers, the downturn has exacerbated simmering tensions over an immigration policy that some Singaporeans believe is too lax.
The Challenge for Nepal’s Migrant Workers
Nepalese citizens are increasingly moving abroad — particularly to Gulf countries — to find work. Will their rights be protected?