Peregrine

Issue 1501

Immigration & Security
Main Essay
Main Essay

Shifts In The US Immigration Enforcement System

by Marc R. Rosenblumvia Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The US immigration debate often feels like the movie Groundhog Day because the same arguments and legislative proposals are replayed in an endless loop. Yet even though the national conversation about immigration policy remains almost unchanged during the past twenty-five years, the immigration enforcement system has been transformed.

New Ideas
New Ideas

A Comment On Security And The Peregrine Survey

by John H. Cochrane via Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Of all the canards, straw-men, and flat-out silliness flung at immigration control, the idea that we must keep immigrants out in the name of national security is surely one of the worst.

Border Patrol
New Ideas

Securing The Southwest Border Requires Meaningful Immigration Reform

by Sylvia Longmirevia Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Moving into an election year, immigration reform is on every politician’s mind yet not what they want to talk about. Border security isn’t far behind as a hot-button political topic.

Survey Results
Survey Results

Letter From The Editor

by Timothy Kanevia Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The number-one policy most Americans think of in response to illegal immigration is securing the border. It has become a reflexive rallying cry that border security has to come first, before any other policy, to deal with the estimated twelve million immigrants who live in the country.

Survey Results

Immigration & Security: The Survey On Effective Security Reforms

via Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

How does immigration intersect with issues of national security? The most obvious answer is border security, but too often that is the only answer. The state of the conversation among policymakers is lacking.

Survey Results

Tweets On The Intersection Of Immigration Policy And National Security

via Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The Hoover Institution’s Conte Initiative on Immigration Reform conducts a quarterly survey of leading thinkers. Survey Respondents were asked what they would tweet when placed 'at the intersection of immigration policy and national security, what is the one policy or law that you recommend doing (or undoing)?'

Basic Facts
Basic Facts

Background On The Facts: Immigration & Security

by Tom Churchvia Peregrine
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

One in ten people in the world (700 million) want to emigrate to another country, according to Gallup. One quarter of potential international migrants (165 million people) say the United States is their desired future residence.

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