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CALL FOR PAPERS: CERES GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE

November 20, 2018

 CALL FOR PAPERS   We are pleased to announce “Power Transitions in Europe and Eurasia,” the 2019 CERES Graduate Student Conference hosted by the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (CERES) at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy...

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Deal or No Deal? Ian Cooper Discusses Brexit with CERES Students

October 23, 2018

On 16 October, CERES hosted Dr. Ian Cooper from the Brexit Institute at Dublin City University. His lecture focused on the complex nature of preparing for and implementing the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union after the June 2016...

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CANADIAN POLITICIANS PLAYING A DANGEROUS GAME ON MIGRATION

September 5, 2018

Canada has joined the club of states embroiled with irregular migration. But our challenges are not unique, and we have two decades of European misadventures with irregular migration to guide our response. Unfortunately, Canadian politicians are following a well-rehearsed script in which...

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HILL TIMES: BORDER CROSSING STATISTICS IN QUESTION

August 27, 2018

400 per day? Advocate questions reliability of summer border-crossing predictions after figures fall short Global Migration Lab Associate Director Craig Damian Smith comments on cross-border migration in this piece from The Hill Times.

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NBC NEWS: TURKISH ASSIMILATION IN GERMANY?

August 17, 2018

CERES Director Prof. Randall Hansen comments in this article from NBC News on the struggle of Turkish migrants to Germany to assimilate and establish an identity in their new home.

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NBC NEWS: HARDENING VIEWS ON MIGRANTS IN EUROPE

July 27, 2018

“Aquarius Ordeal Highlights Hardening Views on Migrants in Europe” The approach taken by Italy’s new populist government raises questions about how rescue ships can continue saving lives in the Mediterranean Sea. Global Migration Lab Associate Director Craig Damian Smith discusses...

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OPEN CANADA: A SAFE COUNTRY DILEMMA

July 26, 2018

A ‘safe country’ dilemma for Canada Understanding the recent wave of migrants crossing into Canada requires an explanation of the Safe Third Country Agreement. Global Migration Lab Associate Director Craig Damian Smith provides background and analysis in this piece from Open...

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THE CONVERSATION: UK HOME OFFICE A MODEL FOR AUSTRALIAN MIGRATION?

July 24, 2018

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced the establishment of a Home Affairs portfolio that would be “similar to the Home Office of the United Kingdom,” but as CERES Director Prof. Randall Hansen has noted, “planning immigration has never been a core...

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Randall Hansen on the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework

July 5, 2018

Territorial asylum—the principle that a refugee must reach the territory of a host country in order to lodge a protection claim—has evolved as the principal mechanism for providing humanitarian protection. However, the refugee regime was designed to cope with regular,...

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FRANCISCO BELTRAN DISCUSSES EU MIGRATION ON CBC

June 28, 2018

CERES lecturer Dr. Francisco Beltran appeared on CBC News to discuss migration in the European and the upcoming summit with EU leaders. Full video is available via CBC News.

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