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I was interviewed by Thomas Mulhall for the publication New Eastern Europe. Tweet

Posted 11 Aug 2015 in Blog, Immigration, Poland, Population
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My piece for CapX Tweet

Posted 10 Aug 2015 in Blog, Britain, CapX, Immigration
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Britain is becoming more like London: its people are increasingly diverse, urban, university-educated, international, and socially liberal. This cosmopolitan future is overwhelmingly a good thing, and one which today’s politicians neglect at their peril. That is the essential message of Jeremy Cliffe’s clear-eyed and persuasive paper, which ought to be carefully read and digested by […]

Posted 30 Jul 2015 in Blog, Britain, Diversity, Immigration, Policy Network
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I was interviewed about migration for Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland by Marco Visscher Tweet

Posted 13 Jun 2015 in Blog, Immigration, Netherlands, Vrij Nederland
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My piece for the New York Times Tweet

Posted 06 May 2015 in Blog, Europe, Immigration, New York Times
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My article for CapX Tweet

Posted 24 Apr 2015 in Blog, CapX, Europe, Immigration
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Apart from cut our tax burden, boost innovation, improve our quality of life etc etc. My piece for the Guardian’s Comment is Free Tweet

Posted 24 Mar 2015 in Blog, Immigration, The Guardian
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I’m quoted in City AM. Tweet

Posted 27 Feb 2015 in Blog, Britain, Immigration
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My article for CapX Tweet

Posted 29 Jan 2015 in Blog, CapX, Immigration
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Svenska Dagbladet, 25 September 2014

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My article on the lessons from Sweden’s elections for Svenska Dagbladet Tweet

Posted 06 Oct 2014 in Blog, Immigration, Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden
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Svenska Dagbladet, 5 December 2013.

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Svenska Dagbladet, 27 October 2013.

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I was interviewed about the benefits of immigration and the creation of a pan-European labour market throughout this fantastic Dutch documentary by VPRO TV called Hotel Europe: Go Where the Work Is. Watch it here Tweet

Posted 08 Apr 2013 in Blog, Europe, Immigration, Netherlands
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Die Berliner Republik, 06/12. Wenn Vorbehalte gegen Eingewanderte und Einwanderung laut werden, gehen Progressive nicht selten in Deckung. Das ist ein großer Fehler. Denn sowohl progressive Prinzipien als auch Pragmatismus und ökonomische Vernunft sprechen dafür, Einwanderung und Vielfalt ohne Wenn und Aber zu unterstützen

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CNN México, 19 February 2013. Desde un punto de vista económico y moral, lo mejor sería que todos pudiéramos movernos libremente, como sucedía en el siglo XIX, cuando Estados Unidos tenía fronteras más o menos accesibles. Eso puede parecer una fantasía peligrosa; sin embargo, la reciente experiencia en Europa indica lo contrario.

Posted 23 Feb 2013 in CNN, Immigration, Published articles, United States
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CNN, 12 February 2013. From an economic – and a moral – point of view, it would be best if everybody could move freely, as they could in the 19th century, when the United States had more or less open borders. That may seem like a dangerous fantasy, yet recent experience in Europe suggests otherwise.

Posted 23 Feb 2013 in CNN, Immigration, Published articles, United States
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Read my latest article for Fareed Zakaria’s GPS on CNN.com Lee el artículo en español Tweet

Posted 23 Feb 2013 in CNN, Immigration, United States
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CNN, 8 June 2012. It is no longer acceptable to discriminate against people on the basis of a whole range of characteristics that they happen to be born with, notably their gender, their race and their sexuality. So why is it still deemed acceptable to discriminate against people on the basis of where they happen to have been born?

Posted 10 Jun 2012 in CNN, Immigration, Published articles
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Read my immigration article for CNN. Tweet

Posted 10 Jun 2012 in Blog, CNN, Immigration