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Article discusses the fading appeal of the U.S. as a destination for international students

This article explores the history of international education in the US and its potential future prospects here and globally. Colleges and universities in the United States typically attract more than a million international students annually, with Asian countries sending the most students. A strategy that began in the nineteenth century with missionary goals and evolved […]

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(OPINION) Can two former presidents unravel the immigration knot?

Comprehensive immigration reform — perhaps America’s most pressing domestic need — should not be as difficult as the parties’ two extremes make it out to be. The interests of ultra-crunchy progressives on the left and nativists on the right are both served by a false choice between “comprehensive immigration reform” and a small, targeted bill, […]

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(OPINION) Our Future With Fewer Births

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the country into an economic recession and an unprecedented restructuring of our work and social lives. Early on, some likened the public health crisis to a blizzard, imagining that people would stay home, cozy up with their romantic partners and make babies. These playful visions have given way to a more […]

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