Book Reviews

“I am a dissident at heart.” – Tolkachev to his CIA handler on New Year’s Day 1979

 Prospects for meaningful immigration reform grow ever more remote on the agenda of the U.S. Congress.

Jie Lu’s new book is a landmark work of political science that lucidly draws on the diverse fields of history, anthropology, and migration studies

The central thesis of Child Migration & Human Rights in a Global Age argues an  interesting position.

As a migrant worker in Singapore, Saddam remembers 20 December 2010 as the day when a workplace accident washed all his dreams away.

In the past decade, China’s investment in Africa increased from about $77 million to a staggering $2.9 billion.1 Also, China-Africa trade has surge

Few would argue that suffering and death in hostile border regions, underequipped detention facilities, or unsafe working and living conditions are