There are many different motives for people to leave their homeland. In numerous instances, there’s a lack of understanding accorded to them and a lack of respect for people who immigrate. What’s more, the absence of solutions to problems and…More →
Since their humble beginnings in Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s, taco trucks have long become a culinary staple of California and increasingly of the entire United States. They offer up cheap food (almost always selling nothing that costs more…More →
Yesterday, Italy’s lower parliamentary chamber, the Camera dei Deputati passed a bill that made it a crime to enter or stay in Italy illegally. (Isn’t the entire definition of illegal immigration that it’s, erm, illegal?)
In any case, Premier Silvio Berlusconi and…More →
Just as we discussed earlier in the week, with Japan sending Peruvians and Brazilians home, so too are many immigrants in Western Europe heading back to their points of origin.
The New York Times reports that many Eastern Europeans who had come…More →
Back in 2003, The New York Times reported that Japan needs more immigrants, as its society was rapidly aging and not producing enough children. The newspaper reported that demographers say that by 2050, the population of Japan will be cut by…More →
Most humans, throughout most of human history, died close to where they were born. Exceptions, on a mass scale, are always noteworthy — people migrate for reasons of famine, war, religious persecution, and climate change. Though modern transportation may have…More →