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One of a “Planned” Generation

Yeyang Su shares her story, personal observations and reflections on being one of the planned “one-child” generation.


The Chinese Communist Party recently announced that China would amend its family-planning policy by… 779 more words

Law & Policy

"Come Wind, Come Weather"

Although The Pilgrim’s Progress is not a history of New England, these lines of John Bunyan could have described William Bradford and his fellow Pilgrims. 842 more words


European Union Democracy Observatory on #Citizenship Revocation Workshop papers

An extensive series of papers on the issue of citizenship revocation and banishment. For the cognoscenti given the amount of the material.

Audrey Macklin’s rebuttal of those advocating revocation ( 871 more words


Dominican Republic: Legal maze leaves thousands stateless in nation of 'ghost citizens'

The National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) just shared an Amnesty International (19 November 2015) that highlights how the Dominican Republic’s “bureaucratic legal maze has left thousands of stateless ‘ghost citizens,’ who are unable to work regularly, enroll in high school or even see a doctor.” 637 more words


Inside the $100 Million Scheme to Send the Middle East's Most Unwanted People to Africa | VICE News

More on how the Gulf states use citizenship policy:

El-Baghdadi’s experience isn’t new or uncommon for Middle East’s large and rapidly growing community of exiles and refugees.

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