Migration and its Consequences

This issue of the SAIS Review explores the interaction between migration, foreign policy, and the international system. The sections address the failures of international aid and assistance in handling migration crises, the use of migration crises for political purposes, and the causes and effects of future migration crises. Additionally, former senior officials give their views on the state of migration and world affairs today.

The new issue of the SAIS Review of International Affairs is now available for purchase from JHU Press:

“Migration and its Consequences” 


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