Managing the Mega-Trend of Our Time
Fixing Our Self-Defeating Immigration Policy

How U.S. policy incentivizes our immigration problems, and how both radical restrictions and “open borders” schemes distract us from genuine solutions.

Published on: February 27, 2019
William Lacy Swing, a North Carolina native, has devoted almost six decades to diplomacy, as a U.S. foreign service professional and for the United Nations and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), which became a UN related agency under his watch in 2016. Ambassador Swing served as U.S. Ambassador to South African and to Haiti, among other missions, and retired from the IOM last September after serving two terms as IOM’s Director General.
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