The Melting of the Melting Pot?

Underhill, William
December 2008
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);12/29/2008 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 152/153 Issue 26/1, p82
An interview is presented with Peter Sutherland, migration specialist for the United Nations' secretary-general. Sutherland discusses his views on migration, focusing on the economic benefits. He also comments on the way which politicians treat immigration as an issue. Sutherland concludes the interview with his outlook on the future of immigration following Barack Obama's presidency.


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