Like the Chemical Process of Osmosis, Migration Is Unstoppable

On the disruptive dynamics of inequality

A migrant looks on from the deck of the Sea Watch 3 NGO vessel on January 31, 2019, as it sails off southeastern Sicily coasts towards Catania. Photo: Federico Scoppa/AFP/Getty Images

By Robert A Burton

As the world’s ranks swell, population shifts have emerged as a major global challenge with potentially catastrophic implications. Endless debates over immigration rights have failed to produce the faintest hint of an acceptable solution. So…

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