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 The Latest English Book co-edited by Jean Monnet Chair at NDHU, Dr. Chin-Peng Chu

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Chin-Peng Chu, Sang-Chul Park (Eds.)

Immigration Policy and Crisis in the Regional Context
Asian and European Experiences

*Explores challenges of contemporary immigration governance in the
European and Asian contexts
*Considers the strengths and weaknesses of the various political actors in the two regions
*Brings together perspectives on the immigration issue from professors, experts, and scholars from various countries in Europe and Asia

This book compares the immigration policies of EU states and Asian countries—Germany, Poland, Estonia, Taiwan, China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam,- and Thailand—analyses the policy strengths and weaknesses of various political actors in the regions and explores what can be learned from the experiences of different states. In the recent decades, immigration policy has become a hot topic due to globalization. EU has faced challenges in immigration since the refugee crisis in 2015 when over a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe. In Asia, immigration issue has become more complicated as the economic ties among Asian countries have grown significantly in recent years. With contributions by professors, experts and scholars from various countries across Europe and Asia, the book provides both in-depth analyses and broad perspectives on the topic, making it a valuable read for academics and policymakers alike.

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