The Migration Policy Institute (MPI) today published the latest version of its ever-popular resource, Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States, offering up-to-date and authoritative data about the 45.3 million immigrants in the United States and current and historical U.S. immigration trends. The article in MPI’s Migration Information Source online magazineContinue reading “U.S. Immigration Statistics 2023 update”
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Bloomberg’s headlights for the third week of June 2022
June 20 Electoral setback | French President Emmanuel Macron’s reform agenda is in peril after his alliance failed to secure a majority in parliamentary elections, with strong showings by both the left and far right. As Ania Nussbaum and Samy Adghirni write, he’ll have a hard time passing legislation including plans to increase the retirementContinue reading “Bloomberg’s headlights for the third week of June 2022”
The Independent looking at the week of May 01-07
The Independent looking at Mariupol, British local elections a.o. in the first days of May 2022.
Christians on the Left Statement on Ukraine April 2022
The invasion of Ukraine by Russia is shocking and disgraceful. It is the latest terrible aggression by the Putin regime and the latest damaging conflict in our world, with so many people being killed or injured, losing loved ones and seeing their homes destroyed. The world, and we in the UK, have been tooContinue reading “Christians on the Left Statement on Ukraine April 2022”
The Independent’s look at the third week of March 2022
The third week of March 2022 looked at by the Independent.
Looking at 2021 in a nutshell
A brief overview of what is most noteworthy to remember about the 2021 events.
The genocide and abuse of human rights in Southern Cameroon is a barbaric crime
Europe must not forget its colonial past and must bear its responsibility for the consequences that the population has to endure in the process of reforming that independence. For example, Great Britain must ensure that inhumane conditions and violations of human rights in Cameroon and Ambezonia, are resolved and punished, and must provide assistance to the local population so that they have no reason to flee their country.
Germany wanting to do something against racism
America and its allies have used 9/11 to wage certain wars, but with their hostilities they have also evoked great fear around the Islamic faith, making many feel threatened by Muslims.
At a time of heightened fear of Muslims, governments must try to allay that fear and stop anti-Islamism. Germany is taking its first steps in this direction.
Recent loss of life at sea avoidable
27 people who tried to cross the English Channel in a small boat did not reach the destination but got a seaman’s grave after their boat sank. Among the dead were 17 men, seven women – one of whom was pregnant – and three children, believed to be Kurdish people from Iraq or Iran. TwoContinue reading “Recent loss of life at sea avoidable”
Greece: humanitarian workers’ lives remain on hold as trial is adjourned #2
In how far can people come to rescue people who are trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to enter Europe? This is at stake in Greece.
All those who come to the rescue of people at sea must be protected by their own countries and the European Union and must be assured that their rescue duties will not be compromised.