Tag Archives: ethnic minorities

Amid Failed “Re-Nationalization” Efforts, Tens of Thousands of Longstanding Dominican Nationals Fear Mass Deportation

By Seth Garfinkel For many, the Dominican Republic is a luxury vacation destination with cruise ships, all-inclusive beach resorts, and a training ground for Major League Baseball. But off the pitching mounds and outside the gated hotels, conflict troubles the Caribbean island. With the implementation of an immigration policy that human rights groups see as […]

Integration policy in the U.K: a time traveller’s perspective

I spent my first U.K summer time-travelling between two migrant integration policy eras. If that sounds both sad and exciting, that’s about right: it was both those things. For my MA dissertation I regularly tubed to the National Archives at Kew to research how integration emerged as a policy sphere during the mid-1960s. The other […]