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Hasty Changes To Visa Waiver Program Are Already Hurting The Wrong People
A law meant to keep terrorists out of the U.S. is affecting journalists, scholars and people trying to visit their families.
What You Are Not Hearing About Ebola
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Restrictions on Movement of Palestinians Still Major Source of Frustration
While few hold hope that the Israelis will allow the reopening of the Gaza International Airport, there is ample evidence that the issue of freedom of movement is not a demand by one single Palestinian faction, but a requirement for a sane life by all Palestinians.
Why Airplanes Need Baggage Weight Limits
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Why CEOs Oppose HIV Travel Bans: They’re Bad for Business
More than 30 million people could be denied entry, detained or deported from 45 countries worldwide. They are neither terrorists, criminals nor drug dealers. The reason? They live with HIV.
Palestinians Crossing Green Line
What was the reason for this Israeli "benevolence" at a time when hundreds of foreigners coming to visit Palestine are denied entry at the King Hussein Bridge?
Three Countries, Two Weddings and One Couple
This week, family and friends crossed international borders and military checkpoints and overcame the usual political bureaucracies to attend my daughter's two weddings. Why two weddings? Let me explain.
The Lack of Memory of Cuban-American Congress Members
Founder and Executive Director, Fund for Reconciliation and De...
Suffering, confrontation, revenge and a visceral hatred toward the Cuban people is the only legacy that our Cuban American Reps. Diaz-Balart, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Albio Sires, and Sen. Bob Menendez can be proud of.
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Chinese Visa Restriction For Bald Taiwanese Visitors Lifted
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Korea Maintains Mandatory HIV Testing Despite Lifting Travel Ban
Development worker in Sierra Leone and writer
Despite lifting the travel ban on HIV-positive foreigners, South Korea maintains the ability to deport or fire foreigners who test positive. This jingoistic policy needs to end.
Freedom to Travel? More on the Audacity and Hypocrisy of Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Washington Editor at Large of The Atlantic and founder and sen...
Schultz has no moral authority complaining that her travel latitude has been restricted when she is directly responsible for inhibiting the freedoms of so many other Americans.
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