Mohammad Qadeer is a professor emeritus of geography and planning at Queen’s University. His most recent book is Multicultural Cities: Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles (University of Toronto Press, 2016).

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Immigration policy requires a rethink

Immigration has evolved into a defining issue of national politics in most western countries, dividing liberals from populists and globalists from nationalists. Policy in this area is increasingly intertwined with border security, foreign relations, economics, …

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Promoting national cohesion through multiculturalism

Immigration has sparked nativist sentiments, racial divisions and economic insecurities in Western liberal democracies. The election of Donald Trump as the US president is evidence of the political foothold that anti-immigrant sentiment is gaining. It …

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