The United States has historically favored immigration over immigrants themselves. In her new edition of “A Nation of Immigrants,” Dr. Susan Martin shows how the United States has been shaped by immigration and delves into both the Obama and Trump administrations’ immigration policies, providing valuable insights for academics and policymakers. Martin provides a blueprint for not only reversing the Trump policies, but also building back a better model of immigration policy that serves the national interest as well as those of immigrants and refugees.
Calvin Wilder and Aram Shabanian explore the late August's clashes between the SDF and Arab tribes in Eastern Syria
Integrated Intelligence: Human Uses of, Strategies on, and Rules for Artificial Intelligence in the 21st Century
n the age of artificial intelligence – or, rather, of integrated intelligence – humans must grapple with the promise, peril, and complex consequences of this new technology and related techniques. New Lines Institute considers the past and shares ideas for the future.
In their early spacefaring age, humans have already cluttered the parts of outer space they find most useful. They need to clean it up—now.
This spring’s rapprochement between Saudi Arabia and Iran has breathed new life into direct negotiations between Riyadh and the al-Houthi