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05 Sep 19

In his Academy project, Suro examines the challenges that recent flows of asylum-seeking migrants pose for many Western democracies. Current migration crises, he argues, are exacerbated by a mismatch between the dynamics of humanitarian migration and the policies designed to manage them. Suro aims to develop policy options by updating our understanding of migration flows, the political reactions that roil the topic, and post-migration trajectories.

Roberto Suro holds a joint appointment as a tenured professor in journalism and public policy at the University of Southern California, where he directs the Tomás Rivera Policy Institute, an interdisciplinary center exploring demographic diversity in today’s global cities.

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