Argument: Migration is a truly global issue, affecting every country
Jason Deparle. "Global Migration: A World Ever More on the Move." New York Times. June 26th, 2010: "migration’s global reach. The movements of the 19th century were mostly trans-Atlantic. Now, Nepalis staff Korean factories and Mongolians do scut work in Prague. Persian Gulf economies would collapse without armies of guest workers. Even within the United States, immigrants are spread across dozens of “new gateways” unaccustomed to them, from Orlando to Salt Lake City."