COMPARING THE SOUTHERN BORDER TO THE NORTHERN BORDER AND THE ISSUES TO BE DEALT WITH AT EACH
- COMPARING THE SOUTHERN BORDER TO THE NORTHERN BORDER AND THE ISSUES TO BE DEALT WITH AT EACH. Gantz, David A. // Canada-United States Law Journal;2003, Vol. 29, p363
Compares the Southern Border and the Northern Border. Impact of the aftermath of September 11 on cross border trade; Free Trade Agreement; Non-commercial traffic; Illegal immigration; Illegal drugs or drug trafficking; Improvement in technology; Economic impact.
- M�xico-Estados Unidos: Frontera eficiente, pero no abierta. // Frontera Norte;ene-jun2003, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p7
In March 2002, Mexico and the united States, through the Smart Border Plan, agreed to work to make the border more efficient. While responding to the shared bilateral objective of accelerating legal flows of people and goods across the border, this initiative is closer to U. S. Demands for...
- Balancing our ideals with national security. King, Peter // Hill;2/13/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 17, p39
The author reflects on immigration policies and homeland security, particularly in state boundaries in the U.S. He explores the September 11, 2001 event, where the 19 terrorists entered the country illegally and points out that the country can no longer afford to be naive. He believes that...
- MOVING PEOPLE ACROSS THE CANADA-UNITED STATES BORDER: LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS IN IMMIGRATION, THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE TRAVEL INITIATIVE, AND ENHANCED DRIVERS' LICENSE PROGRAMS. Pawluch, Catherine A. // Canada-United States Law Journal;2008, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p185
Information on the conference entitled "The Post - 9/11 Safe and Secure Canada-United States Border in the Era of Global Supply Chains: Gateway or Checkpoint? The World's Longest Undefended Border" that was held in 2008 is presented. Topics include the movement of people across Canada-U.S....
- Immigration focus shifts from economics to security. Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor;10/22/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 229, p21
Looks at how the terrorist attacks on the United States have transformed the national debate on immigration.
- SHARED BORDERS, SHARED CONCERNS. Ruiz, Edgar // State News (Council of State Governments);Apr2007, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p12
The article stresses that the U.S. and Mexico will need to address the contentious issue of immigration, promote a shared vision for economic competitiveness and give government the tools to manage binational concerns along their shared border effectively. It reveals the benefit of the North...
- Preserving and Expanding Our Important NAFTA Trading Relationships in Light of September 11. Shuman, John R. // Business Credit;Sep2002, Vol. 104 Issue 8, p53
Examines the effect that the terrorist attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001 has on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) trading relationships, and the steps taken by NAFTA partners to preserve and expand trade. Factors that have led to lost manufacturing and retail business;...
- The Fluid Border. Collinson, Anne // Women & Environments International Magazine;Fall/Winter2005, Issue 68/69, p25
The article focuses on the immigrant children in the U.S. An article from the November 3, 2003 issue of "The New York Times" highlighted the illegal migration of Mexican children who illegally migrated in the U.S. to reunite with their parents. There was a decrease in the movement of workers...
- SO NEAR YET SO FAR AWAY: THE EFFECT OF SEPTEMBER 11TH ON MEXICAN IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Hines, Barbara // Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy;Spring2002, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p37
Examines the effects of the September 11 terrorist attack on Mexican immigrants in the U.S. Restrictions for immigrants; Detention of hundreds of noncitizens; Restrictions on the administrative appeals of removal order; Reduction of illegal immigration.