It is wrong to think of immigration primarily as a problem to solve—as an “it” when it is really a “he,” “she,” and “they.”
Immigration offers socio-economic challenges, but also spiritual ones.
Democracy is not impossible in the Middle East, but a people, a nation, a culture, must work out its own form of government.
Eugene Rogan lays too much at the feet of colonialism and imperial Europe.
Luma Simms, a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, has written on the life and thought of immigrants for First Things, the Federalist, and many other publications.