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Immigration's Impact on U.S. National Security and Foreign Policy   [open pdf - 221KB]

This paper examines the relationship between U.S. immigration, foreign policy, and national security. It assumes that the primary interest of the United States is its national security and that the ultimate goal of U.S. foreign policy is to promote U.S. national security. The paper outlines the ways in which immigration has been affected by the national security interests and foreign policies of the United States as well as the way in which immigration has affected national security concerns and resulting foreign policy.

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1997-10
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