This video interview from the series "Viewpoints in Homeland Defense and Security" looks at issues surrounding borders and immigration. Karina Ordonez, Assistant Director for Strategic Policy in the Arizona Governor's Office of Homeland Security, discusses her thesis for the Naval Postgraduate School's Homeland Security Master's Program, which focused on the historical background of the Arizona-Sonora border of the U.S.-Mexico border and a mathematical model that predicts where the flow of migration will move as pressure is applied along the border. Other topics discussed include border security's relationship with homeland security and the importance of cultural, economic, and political aspects of the issue. The duration of this video is 6 minutes and 6 seconds.
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