August has been more difficult than expected and I have a new cause you can check out on Facebook: 1000-Miles-for-Madeline
In the meantime, Europeans are still working through the implications of the July Norway shootings, including this interesting article from Der Spiegel International:
and the New York Times:
Where History Casts a Fearsome Shadow, Murmurings About the Far Right
Next week is the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in one of my former home towns, Seattle, Washington. I'll be blogging from there on the issues and topics that stand out on the immigration front. I will be presenting a paper on the role of networks in the passage and implementation of the European Union's racial equality directive.
Here's some of the latest from the U.S. on immigration, particularly related to the administration's new deportation policy:
Meant to Ease Fears of Deportation Program, Federal Hearings Draw Anger
U.S. Issues New Deportation Policy’s First Reprieves