Argument: An international regulatory body needs to exist for global migration
Jason Deparle. "Global Migration: A World Ever More on the Move." New York Times. June 26th, 2010: "trade and finance follow global norms and are governed by global institutions: the World Trade Organization, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund. There is no parallel group with “migration” in its name. The most personal and perilous form of movement is the most unregulated. States make (and often ignore) their own rules, deciding who can come, how long they stay, and what rights they enjoy."