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With headlines focusing on the Trump administration’s efforts to build more wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, in this edition of Wilson Center NOW we attempt to separate those headlines from trendlines in global migration with Wilson Center Global Fellow James Hollifield.  Hollifield highlights how the U.S. and other nations will need to reform their systems and increasingly compete among themselves for increased immigration as fertility rates fall below replacement levels around the developed world.

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