Archive: CCIS in the News

Two San Diegans awarded Mexico’s highest honor for foreigners
(U-T San Diego, June 6, 2012)

Wayne Cornelius awarded Mexico’s highest honor for foreigners
(U-T San Diego, June 6, 2012)

The Untold Future of American Politics
(The New York Times, June 4, 2012)

Rapid growth in China is drawing migrants back to their home country
(Go China, May 23, 2012)

David FitzGerald quoted by newspapers in the Mexican state of Hidalgo
(Sintesis, May 2, 2012)

Young men in Mexico say the US no longer offers them a better future
(The Guardian, April 25, 2012)

Decrease in number of Mexican immigrants
(Los Angeles Times, April 24, 2012)

Mexican Immigration to U.S. Slowed Significantly
(The New York Times, April 23, 2012)

Making the border less enticing to cross
(Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2012)

Life as an Undocumented Immigrant
(UT San Diego, March 26, 2012)

Poll: Most in state would let illegal immigrants stay
(U-T San Diego, March 10, 2012)

Does the GOP care about Latino voters?
(The Washington Post, February 14, 2012)

UC San Diego Moves Up to 11th on Peace Corps’ Top Colleges Ranking
(UC San Diego News Center, January 25, 2012)

Migrants’ New Paths Reshaping Latin America
(The New York Times, January 5, 2012)

Q&A with David FitzGerald
(U-T San Diego, January 1, 2012)

David Keyes interviewed by KPBS
(KPBS, December 7, 2011)

Fenced In
(The Dallas Morning News, November 4, 2011)

David FitzGerald interviewed by Spanish news agency EFE
(EFE, October 12, 2011)

Interview with John Skrentny on the EurAsylum website
(EurAsylum, October 12, 2011)

Crossing Over, and Over
(The New York Times, October 2, 2011)

David FitzGerald interviewed by Radio Free Europe
(RadioFreeEurope, September 30, 2011)

California weighs college aid for illegal immigrants
(USA Today, September 12, 2011)

Mexican-Americans in Palm Springs
(The Desert Sun, August 20, 2011)

Lupe Gomez is a Triple Player
(OC Weekly, August 4, 2011)

Illegal immigrant in-state tuition begins in Connecticut
(Associated Press, July 7, 2011)

Illegal immigration from Mexico continues decline
(The New York Times, July 7, 2011)

Better Lives for Mexicans Cut Allure of Going North
(The New York Times, July 6, 2011)

Former CCIS Researcher Whitney L. Duncan’s new work on mental health issues in Mexico highlighted by UC Global Health Institute
(UC Global Health Institute, July 1, 2011)

South Carolina Latest State to Enact a Controversial Immigration Law
(The Huffington Post, June 27, 2011)

John Skrentny on Immigration Politics at “The Hill”
(The Hill, May 16, 2011)

GOP drafts legislative assault on illegal immigration
(Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2011)

Tougher Penalties For Undocumented Immigrants Caught at Sea
(KPBS, March 21, 2011)

Q&A: UCSD immigration expert Wayne Cornelius on why the Dream Act went down
(Multi-American, December 21, 2010)

Fake CVs reveal discrimination against Muslims in French job market
(Discover Magazine, November 20, 2010)

Whose jobs are done by illegal immigrants
(Freno Bee, November 18, 2010)

Are taxpayers stuck paying the bill for illegal immigrants
(The Sacramento Bee, November 16, 2010)

Pregnant pay premium to get into US
(Latinnews, November 12, 2010)

A Chance to Get Immigration Reform Right
(American Enterprise Institute, November 3, 2010)

UA-linked effort looks at crossers, effect of violence
(Russell Sage Foundation, October 25, 2010)

Reaching for a New Deal: President Obama’s Agenda and the Dynamics of the U.S. Politics
(Russell Sage Foundation, October 18, 2010)

A jumbled view of illegal immigrants
(The Los Angeles Times, October 2, 2010)

2010 Guardian Study Guide
(The Guardian, September 27, 2010)

Illegal Immigration Drops
(The San Bernardino Sun, September 12, 2010)

Immigration and California
(The Orange County Register, September 8, 2010)

Few Nations Give Guarantees Like 14th Amendment
(NPR, August 14, 2010)

Staying Put: One Man’s Thoughts on Crossing the Border 36 Years Later
(KPBS, July 22, 2010)

The Border’s Bottom Line
(KPBS, July 20, 2010)

Immigrant Cycle Familiar to United States
(The Arizona Republic, July 3, 2010)

Stun gundeath adds fuel to fire
(The San Diego Union Tribune, June 13, 2010)

Congress Mulls Bill to Revise Birthright Citizenship
(ABC News, June 13, 2010)

Mexican Migration: A South of the Border View
(Huffington Post, June 8, 2010)

Wayne Cornelius Appears on CBS Evening News
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 26, 2010)

David FitzGerald Interviewed on XM Radio
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 26, 2010)

National Guard set to deploy at border
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 26, 2010)

Obama to send 1,200 additional National Guard troops to the border
(Los Angeles Times, May 26, 2010)

Analysts Say National Guard Does Little to Deter Illegal Immigrants
(KPBS, May 26, 2010)

Political Chameleon/Tough election has McCain changing colors
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 21, 2010)

A better wall is not the answer
(Des Moines Register, May 12, 2010)

David FitzGerald on 60 Minutes
(60 Minutes, May 2, 2010)

Taking a stand: Residents raise their voice in favor of immigration reform
(Brownsville Herald, May 1, 2010)

Arrested on Entry: Operation Streamline and the Prosecution of Immigration Crimes
(Migration Policy Institute, April 30, 2010)

How Tough Are Mexican Immigration Laws?
(Slate, April 30, 2010)

Sound and Fury
(Texas Tribune, April 29, 2010)

The Fiscal Bottom Line on Immigration Reform
(Immigration Policy Center, April 14 2010)

Survey reveals data on illegal immigration
(La Jolla Light, April 14 2010)

Some in Arizona Call for Troops Along the Border
(Arizona Daily Star, April 11, 2010)

Former CCIS Guest Scholar Publishes Article for Migration Policy Institute
(Migration Policy Institute, March 2010)

David FitzGerald Interviewed by Council on Foreign Relations
(Council on Foreign Relations, March 19, 2010)

CCIS Conference participant cited in La Opinion
(Arizona Daily Star, March 2, 2010)

Border Boletin: Smugglers take to the seas
(Arizona Daily Star, March 2, 2010)

David FitzGerald Interviewed on Al Jazeera
(Al Jazeera, February 12, 2010)

Baja smugglers’ use of boats rising rapidly
(The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 25, 2010)

Obama’s choices during first year in office resonate in San Diego
(San Diego News Network, January 20, 2010)

Wayne Cornelius Featured on 60 Minutes
(60 Minutes, January 20, 2010)

Detentions at Border are Down
(The New York Times, November 26, 2009)

University Launches Global Health Program
(The Guardian, November 16, 2009)

New walls: a lesson not learned
(El Colombiano, November 8, 2009)

Border Crosser Deaths Rising, Despite Reduction in Illegal Immigration
(KPBS, October 19, 2009)

Reports show as many as 5,600 illegal immigrants have died along border
(North County Times, October 4, 2009)

US-Mexico Border Deaths are a Humanitarian Crisis
(American Civil Liberties Union, September 30, 2009)

Border-death numbers remain steady
(U-T San Diego, September 30, 2009)

Two Arrested in Attempt to Crash Border
(New York Times, September 23, 2009)

Billions for a US-Mexico border fence, but is it doing any good?
(Christian Science Monitor, September 19, 2009)

News Update with David FitzGerald
(CNN, July 23, 2009)

Report: Fewer Mexicans Entering U.S
(USA Today, July 22, 2009)

Thursday Immigration Blog Roundup
(Daily Kos, June 18, 2009)

Migrants Ride Out Recession Stateside
(NPR/American Public Media, Marketplace, June 15, 2009)

Border Authority
(Voices of San Diego, June 10,2009)

Immigration decline
(San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial, June 6, 2009)

Mexico: Crimes at the Border
(PBS, May 27, 2009)

Mexican Data Show Migration to U.S. in Decline
(The New York Times, May 14, 2009)

County not go-to spot for Latinos in region
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 14, 2009)

U.S. Border Policy: How to Fix What’s Broken
(Huffington Post, May 14, 2009)

Mexican Data Show Migration to U.S. in Decline
(New York Times, May 14, 2009)

Employers, not immigrants, targeted
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 10, 2009)

And still, Mexicans come
(Arizona Daily Star, April 19, 2009)

Interpreting Mexico
(Los Angeles Times, March 25, 2009)

Mexico’s drug war finally gets Washington’s attention
(Los Angeles Times, March 20, 2009)

Good Faces Don’t Make Good Neighbors
(ABC News, 20/20, March 12, 2009)

Recession Hits Migrant Workers
(KPBS radio, February 20, 2009)

Mexican soccer team: A question of nationality, pride
(The Chicago Tribune, February 11, 2009)

Samuel Huntington: researcher saw religion as source of conflict
(Associated Press, December 28, 2008)

Illegal-immigrant workers driven down hard road
(San Diego Union-Tribune, December 14, 2008)

Longer, taller fencing gives illegal migrants a higher hurdle
(The Arizona Republic, November 13, 2008)

Good neighbours make fences
(The Economist, October, 2, 2008)

As US economy sours, some migrants return south
(Associated Press, October 23, 2008)

Undocumented Immigration Declining
(Extra Chicago, November 13, 2008)

Comment on CIS Report
(Google News, July 31, 2008)

Decline Seen in Numbers of People Here Illegally
(The New York Times, July 31, 2008)

Immigration Report Questioned
(San Diego Union-Tribune, July 30, 2008)

Symbolic Politics and U.S. Border Enforcement
(The Huffington Post, July 25, 2008)

The Body Politic: Immigration in the 2008 Presidential Election
(UCSD-TV, July 25, 2008)

As Guard Wraps Up, Debate Revs Up on Border
(The Chicago Tribune, June 22, 2008)

Escondido Cracks Down on Illegal Immigrants
(The Associated Press, July 13, 2008)

Escondido Tries to Rid Itself of Undocumented Immigrants
(The Los Angeles Times, July 13, 2008)

I Just Have to Cross
(Voice of San Diego, July 10, 2008)

False Victory at the Border
(The New York Times, July 5, 2008)

Yucatán, un filtro de emigrantes a EE.UU.
(Diario de Yucatán – Mérida, June 25, 2008)

Federal Prosecution of Illegal Immigrants Soars
(The Los Angeles Times, June 18, 2008)

Reports Say Illegal Entry Not Difficult
(The Desert News, June 16, 2008)

Fracasa modelo para disminuir flujo de indocumentados: expertos de EU
(La Jornada, June 12, 2008)

Secure Borders? Try Fenced In
(LA Weekly, June 11, 2008)

Un muro no dissuade los indocumentados
(Univisión, June 11, 2008)

Undocumented School-Age Children in U.S. as an Unintended Consequence of Border Enforcement
(National Public Radio, June 10, 2008)

Imigrantes ilegais continuam cruzando fronteira dos EUA, diz estudo
(EFE, June 6, 2008)

Immigration: Prevention through Deterrence is Failing
(On the Home Front, June 10, 2008)

Vigilancia fronteriza no impide crusar hacia EE.UU.
(La Opinión (Los Angeles), June 11, 2008)

Border Operation Ending for Guard
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 30, 2008)

Escondido tries to rid itself of undocumented immigrants
(The Los Angeles Times), July 13, 2008

Mexico: The Business of Human Smuggling
(PBS Frontline, May 27, 2008)

Homeland Security Stands by Its Fence
(The New York Times, May 21, 2008)

Mexican Smugglers Take to Sea to Cross into U.S.
(National Public Radio, May 7, 2008)

Border busts coming and going
(The Los Angeles Times, May 7, 2008)

Should cops be la migra?
(Los Angeles Times, April 20, 2008)

Migrants send less money back to Mexico
(Los Angeles Times, April 20, 2008)

On the border with Michael Chertoff
(Los Angeles Times, April 19, 2008)

Recent arrivals recount dangers of journey to U.S.
(San Diego Union-Tribune, April 14, 2008)

Mas control, mas inmigrantes
(BBC World Service, April 9, 2008)

La Opinion Digital
(April 7, 2008)

Immigration projected to drive America’s population growth
(San Diego Union-Tribune, Febuary 12, 2008)

In Mexico, an energized economy raises hopes
(USA TODAY, February 11, 2008)

On the Border: The ‘Virtual Fence’ Isn’t Working
(BusinessWeek
, February 7, 2008)

No Great Wall for Mexico
(BusinessWeek, February 7, 2008)

Illegal US immigrants go north
(Reuters News Service, January 16, 2008)

The undocumented hesitate to enter a less-alluring U.S.
(Los Angeles Times, December 26, 2007)

Immigration study misleading, negative
(North County Times (San Diego), December 16, 2007)

Immigration at Record Level, Analysis Finds
(New York Times, November 29, 2007)

Fewer illegal immigrants expected to return home for holidays
(North County Times, November 22, 2007)

More drugs seized, fewer migrants arrested
(Arizona Republic, November 6, 2007)

Apprehensions of border-crossers drop
(Los Angeles Times, November 7, 2007)

Glare of Fires Pulls Migrants From Shadows
(The New York Times, October 27, 2007)

Shift Is Afoot on Mexican Border
(The Wall Street Journal, October 25, 2007)

Telling us little on immigration costs
(San Diego Union-Tribune, October 5, 2007)

Illegal immigrants choice: work underground or leave
(San Francisco Chronicle, August 27, 2007)

Migrant Arrests Dip; Deterrence or Economic Slip?
(Associated Press, July 28, 2007)

New Polanco Fellows Announced
(Sacramento Bee, June 7, 2007)

The Great Divide on Immigration(4 letters)
(The New York Times, June 15, 2007)

Critics Dispute Effects of Immigration Point System
(Morning Edition, National Public Radio,
June 13, 2007)

Immigration Bill Update: Implications for California
(The California Report
(KQED radio/NPR), June 11, 2007)

The next Americans
(Los Angeles Times, May 27, 2007)

A Conversation on Immigration
(San Diego Union-Tribune, May 13, 2007)

Influence on both sides of the border
(Chicago Tribune, April 6, 2007)

Making a case for liberalized immigration
(The Vail Trail, April 4, 2007)

New tactics disrupt illegal immigration
(Los Angeles Times, March 21, 2007)

It’s Our Job to Stop That Dream
(ReasonOline, March 21, 2007)

Moving Targets
(Denver Post, March 7, 2007)

Meat plant raid ripples across Greeley
(Associated Press, December 17, 2006)

Vista sheriff’s station targets improved community relations
(North County Times, December 17, 2006)

Feds targeting employers of illegal workers
(San Diego Union-Tribune, December 10, 2006)

Border Patrol Releases Numbers on Illegal Crossings
(NPR/All Things Considered, October 30, 2006)

Fence Meets Wall of Skepticism
(
Washington Post, October 10, 2006)

Schwarzenegger and Rival Spar but Step Lightly
(Los Angeles Times, October 6, 2006)

Mexicans See Good and Bad Side to Wall
(Los Angeles Times, October 1, 2006)

Barriers have failed before
(Arizona Daily Star, September 25, 2006)

Voices from the 2,000 mile border
(Arizona Daily Star, September 25, 2006)

As U.S. Debates Guest Workers, They Are Here Now
(The Wall Street Journal, September 18, 2006)

U.S.-Mexico relationship deteriorating since 9/11
(KPBS News
, September 13, 2006)

Undocumented workers carry big stick
(San Diego Union-Tribune, September 5, 2006)

Stolen Lives
(
The New York Times, September 4, 2006)

Wayne A. Cornelius / Un final ignominioso
(Reforma, September 3, 2006)

Nightly Nativism
(The Nation, August 28, 2006)

Why illegal immigration is one of the hot topics of 2006
(Christian Science Monitor, August 25, 2006)

Drop in Illegal Border Crossings a Sign of Success, Bush Aide Says
(Los Angeles Times, August 24, 2006)

A Harsher Border Crossing
(Los Angeles Times, August 20, 2006)

Immigration reform: an ignominious end
(San Diego Union-Tribune, August 18, 2006)

Immigration Reform Hearings: What Did They Accomplish?
(KPBS-TV, “Full Focus,” August 8, 2006)

A Bang-Up Business in Illegals
(Newsweek, August 7, 2006)

Hearing sparks debate
(San Diego Union-Tribune, August 3, 2006)

Quizzes and quarrels
(Orange County Register, August 3, 2006)

House panel hosts illegal immigration hearing in San Diego
(Associated Press, Aug. 02, 2006)

Border deaths on record pace
(San Diego Union-Tribune, July 22, 2006)

Border arrests decline by half
(NBC Nightly News, July 26, 2006)

The Immigration Policy Debate
(KPCC radio, July 2006)

Border deaths on record pace
(San Diego Union-Tribune, July 22, 2006)

A Complex Portrait of Rampart’s Redemption
(Los Angeles Times,
July 13, 2006)

Immigrants claim ‘Mexican’
(June 26, 2006)

Experts tackle Iraq, immigration at forum
(June 25, 2006)

Legislate Learning English? If Only It Were So Easy
(June 22, 2006)

Vigilancia fronteriza: Fracaso en todo el mundo
(
Reforma, June 4, 2006)

Rules Collide With Reality in the Immigration Debate
(
The New York Times, May 29, 2006)

If you build it, they’ll come anyway
(The Los Angeles Times,
May 28, 2006)

Human Smuggling, for a Hefty Fee
(New York Times,
May 28, 2006)

President Promotes Border Plan in Arizona
(NPR/Morning Edition,
May 18, 2006)

BUSH SEEKS ‘MIDDLE GROUND’ IN DEBATE ON IMMIGRATION/NATIONAL GUARD: Some say overextended military units don’t belong on border
(San Francisco Chronicle,
May 16, 2006)

THE NEW MIGRANT: MIGRANTS WHO ARE BETTER EDUCATED AND HAIL FROM WELL-TO-DO FAMILIES DEFY STEREOTYPES WHEN THEY LEAVE MEXICO FOR THE UNITED STATES.
(The Miami Herald,
May 14, 2006)

Border Arrests Rise as U.S. Debates Immigration Issue
(The New York Times,
May 7, 2006)

The Border’s Pending Fight
(Voice of San Diego.com,
May 5, 2006)

A temporary impact: Effects of boycott likely to be short-lived, experts say
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 2, 2006)

Bancarrota en el estado de cosas
(Reforma,
April 30, 2006)

Will there be enough workers?
(Inside Bay Area,
April 24, 2006)

Expert perspective on immigration policy, trends
(KPBS/NPR,
April 21, 2006)

Living the (Mexican-)American dream
(North County Times,
April 16, 2006)

Border arrests surge in S.D. region: Increased enforcement in Arizona pushing illegal immigrants west
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
April 15, 2006)

Why Illegal Immigrants Fear Leaving: As border control has tightened, many have sent for their families instead of risking a visit
(Los Angeles Times,
April 12, 2006)

A Migrating Concern
(Voice of San Diego,
April 10, 2006)

Analysis Interview with Wayne Cornelius on Proposed Immigration Reform Legislation
(BBC News/The World,
April 6, 2006)

“Potential Impacts of Comprehensive Immigration Reform Legislation,” interview with Wayne Cornelius
(“The World”, BBC World Service and National Public Radio,
April 6, 2006)

First walkouts transform into variety of reactions
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
April 1, 2006)

April Fool’s, Minutemen will arrive tomorrow
(Arizona Daily Star,
March 31, 2006)

Immigration dominates southern US politics
(BBC World Service,
March 24, 2006)

US Sugar Industry To Feel First Cafta Ripples
(Dow Jones Newswires, March 9, 2006)

Immigrants Gain the Pulpit: Cardinal Mahony says he will ask priests to provide aid without proof of documentation even if proposed restrictions become law
(The Los Angeles Times,
March 1, 2006)

Immigrants barred by triple fences and double standards
(The Times of London,
February 27, 2006)

Activists push immigration restrictions, hoping for illegals’ self-deportation
(Associated Press,
February 26, 2006)

Q&A: HOMELAND SECURITY: U.S.-Mexico Border Woes
(The New York Times,
February 22, 2006)

New Rules at the Border – ‘Catch and Return’ Policy Eliminates Court Hearings For More Illegal Immigrants
(The Wall Street Journal,
February 21, 2006)

Winter brings ‘paradox’ of border patrol: Tougher enforcement keeps many immigrants in U.S.
(Associated Press,
January 29, 2006)

Race and Xenophobia in Japan: The Case of Japanese-Brazilians
(Worldview, NPR Chicago,
January 31, 2006)

Mexico’s vote-signup deadline strikes
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
January 16, 2006)

Registration Is Low for Mexico’s Absentee Vote – Numbers Signed Up in U.S. Fall Far Short of Expectations for Presidential Election
(The Washington Post,
January 16, 2006)

No Loud Voice for Expats in Mexican Vote – Immigration is an issue that affects them, but relatively few citizens are exercising their new right to cast ballots and speak up from abroad
(The Los Angeles Times,
January 14, 2006)

Deadline looms for applications for Mexico vote – S.D. consulate open today, tomorrow
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
January 14, 2006)

Mexican Migrants Slow to Register to Vote in 2006 Mexican Presidential Election
(“The World,” National Public Radio,
January 13, 2006)

No one’s on the fence as Mexico rips ‘disgraceful’ plan, U.S. cites security
(Houston Chronicle,
December 28, 2005)

Federal issues argued on both sides of state immigration debate
(Associated Press,
December 27, 2005)

Homeward bound for the holidays
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
December 23, 2005)

More Migrants Dying To Get In
(60 Minutes,
December 11, 2005)

Border Wars – More illegal immigrants. More violence. More death. The public has had it. Now the Bush administration has a new plan. But will it matter?
(US News,
November 28, 2005)

US border agents play high-tech cat and mouse game
(Reuters News Service,
November 23, 2005)

In-de-fence-ible?
(Los Angeles Times,
November 13, 2005)

Violence Against Border Control Rises Sharply
(NPR, November 4, 2005)

Border control plans called opportunistic
(KPBS,
November 3, 2005)

Candidate selection heats up while internal party struggles impact P.R.I.
(Visa Magazine)

Absentees are scarce for Mexico ‘s ’06 vote
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
November 3, 2005)

Lo que Sí Funciona: Los muertos de Claudia
(Reforma,
November 2, 2005)

Violent Border Clashes Surging: Attacks on American agents have doubled as tighter security on the U.S.-Mexico line spurs desperate smugglers to use fire, rocks and guns
(Los Angeles Times, October 31, 2005)

Transcript and streaming video featuring Prof Wayne Cornelius on PBS’ “NewsHour with Jim Lehrer”
(PBS,
October 26, 2005)

Border fence campaign another sign of frustration – Group says 2,000-mile-long barrier will stop flow of undocumented immigrants
(Austin-American Statesman,
October 10, 2005)

Mexicans here can vote in native land – But Bay Area emigres will need to have an electoral card
(Inside Bay Area,
October 2, 2005)

Record number died crossing border in ’05 – Remote routes, hot summer, economic upturn called factors
(San Francisco Chronicle,
October 1, 2005)

Border Crossing Deaths Set a 12-Month Record
(Los Angeles Times,
October 1, 2005)

Way North of the Border
(New York Times,
September 30, 2005)

Latinos Work to Shore Up Border – Although at times reviled for their stand, some are working with other groups to stem the flow of illegal immigrants
(Los Angeles Times,
August 14, 2005)

Los indocumentados
(San Diego Magazine,
August 2005)

Border Patrol Tries New Tune to Deter Crossers
(The Los Angeles Times,
July 4, 2005)

Mexico Clears Way for Voting By Mail
(National Public Radio,
June 29, 2005)

Cycle of migration broken: Illegal migrants staying longer
(The Tucson Citizen,
June 20, 2005)

All Things Considered
(National Public Radio,
June 14, 2005)

Fieldworkers on the Frontera: Team of Undergraduate Researchers Pioneers Program in Mexican Migration
(This Week@UCSD,
June 13, 2005)

Internet a key tool for immigration issue organizations
(North County Times,
June 12, 2005)

Oceanside resident to participate in round two of Baldwin Park protest
(North County Times,
June 10, 2005)

Migrant Smuggling in San Diego
(KPBS-TV, “Full Focus”,
June 8, 2005)

There’s No Point in Flailing at This Piñata – Scapegoating Mexico is easy, but it doesn’t get us anywhere
(The Los Angeles Times,
May 29, 2005)

Crossing Boundaries – San Diego program illustrates the growing use of undergraduate researchers
(The Chronicle of Higher Education,
May 20, 2005)

New buzz in the immigration debate – Legislation and media raise the temperature
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 13, 2005)

A Surge South of Mexico – Illegal immigration from Central America has spiked. Deprivation at home and a growing support network in the U.S. are factors
(Los Angeles Times,
May 1, 2005)

Illegal Immigration Fears Have Spread – Populist calls for tougher enforcement are being heard beyond the border states
(Los Angeles Times,
April 25, 2005)

Study: Increased Security Doesn’t Deter Border Crossings
(
KPBS News, April 11, 2005)

Study says immigration patterns changing with new border security
(AP Wire Service,
April 1, 2005)

The Border War – The longstanding debate over U.S. immigration now threatens to turn violent
(Newsweek,
March 27, 2005)

Issue of Illegals Roiling Arizona
(San Francisco Chronicle,
February 28, 2005)

Criminals at the Border Thwarted by Own Hands
(Los Angeles Times,
February 19, 2005)

UCSD hosts panel on post-9-11 immigration, human rights
(North County Times,
February 18, 2005)

Spain report – Reporter Gerry Hadden reports on Spain’s new program to legalize undocumented workers
(BBC‘s “The World”,
February 15, 2004)

The California Report (The beginning of this clip pertains to “Immigration Tip Line”)
(The California Report, National Public Radio,
February 10, 2005)

Borders, Priorities Blur Along the ‘Wild Frontier’ – Illegal immigrants and drug traffickers stream to New Mexico to avoid patrols elsewhere
(The Los Angeles Times,
January 23, 2005)

El control de los indeseables
(Reforma,
January 23, 2005)

Duda que Bush impulse acuerdo
(Reforma,
November 22, 2004)

Top Mexican, American Officials Discuss Immigration Reform
(KPBS News,
November 10, 2004)

On the Payroll: Enforcement is focused on border, not business
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
November 7, 2004)

Congress May Reject Immigration Reforms
(Los Angeles Times,
November 6, 2004)

‘A CRIMINAL ACT’: San Diegans confront genocide in Sudan
(San Diego City Beat,
October 20, 2004)

Immigration policy steeped in contradiction
(Cox News Service,
October 19, 2004)

How Americans View Immigrants
(NPR Talk of the Nation,
October 7, 2004)

Report from the U.S.-Mexico Border
(BBC News/The World,
October 4, 2004)

Competitive Edge Research Shows San Diegans Support Raids
(KPBS News,
October 4, 2004)

Experts, Advocates criticize ‘Gatekeeper’ at 10th anniversary
(North County Times – San Diego,
October 3, 2004)

Turf War Crosses the Line
(Los Angeles Times,
October 1, 2004)

Migrants Push East to Avoid Fortified Border, with Tragic Results
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
September 29, 2004)

Fence Workers Held in Security Sweep: Company has contract with North Island NAS
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
September 22, 2004)

What’s At Stake Today; Proposed policies to help curb flow of immigration to United States
(“Today” Show,
September 7, 2004)

Operation Gatekeeper: 10 Years Later
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
September 7, 2004)

Campaign Ads Discourage Illegal Immigrants from Crossing Border
(KPBS
News, September 2, 2004)

Driving Backwards: Schwarzenegger and Cedillo clash over new bill to give driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants
(LA City Beat,
August 26, 2004)

Tightened Border in San Diego Shifts Strain to Areas East
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
August 1, 2004)

Illegal Immigrants Receive a One-Way Ticket to Mexico
(Los Angeles Times,
July 13, 2004)

Hopes of Office Lure Migrants Home
(Los Angeles Times,
July 4, 2004)

Our Opinion: Promised Fed Border Help Still Not Here
(Tucson Citizen,
June 3, 2004)

Costs, Red Tape Slow Border Crackdown
(The Arizona Republic,
June 2, 2004)

Dangerous Border: Border Solutions Remain Elusive
(San Francisco Chronicle,
May 31, 2004)

New Efforts to Prevent Illegal Immigrants from Crossing Mexican Border into Arizona
(All Things Considered,
May 19, 2004)

Bills Pile Up as Federal Policy Fails
(Los Angeles Times,
May 19, 2004)

Interview: Wayne Cornelius Disscusses Illegal Migration Across the US-Mexico Border
(All Things Considered,
May 14, 2004)

Illegal Migrant Detentions Rise Sharply
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
April 28, 2004)

Mexicanos en el Exterior: La evasión
(Reforma,
April 28, 2004)

New Mexico Gains Popularity among Illegal Border Crossers
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
April 18, 2004)

La Hora de Voto Remoto
(Reforma,
April 11, 2004)

Desechan internet para voto paisano
(Reforma,
April 10, 2004)

FP Forum: Letter to the Editor
(Foreign Policy,
March/April, 2004)

Bush Immigration Plan, Rise in Apprehensions Link Denied
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
March 24, 2004)

Valley Iranians Linked to Past
(The Arizona Republic,
March 19, 2004)

Border Buildup May Add to Risks
(The Arizona Republic,
March 17, 2004)

A Fence Won’t Stem the Tide of Immigration
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
February 19, 2004)

Second-generation Latinos Struggle
(Contra Costa Times,
February 15, 2004)

Nikkei Student Union Sponsors Events
(UCSD Guardian,
February 9, 2004)

Labor Activists Ask UCSD to Rehire Janitor
(UCSD Guardian,
January 29, 2004)

Bush Plan a Magnet: Immigrants cite lure of border proposal
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
January 23, 2004)

Second-generation Latinos Struggle
(Contra Costa Times,
February 15, 2004)

Si Lo Hacemos, ¿Servirá?
(Reforma,
January 12, 2004)

Experts: Plan may cut border deaths
(Chicago Tribune,
January 11, 2004)

Ventajoso para Bush
(Diario Latino,
January 9)

Mexicans Welcome Immigration Work Rules Proposals
(NPR/Morning Edition,
January 8, 2004)

Border Residents Want to Know More about Bush Immigration Proposal
(SignOnSanDiego.com,
January 7, 2003)

NAFTA Gets Mixed Reviews after 10 Years
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
January 2, 2004)

These Days In San Diego: Immigration Policy reform prosepcts are discussed by CCIS Director Wayne Cornelius
(KPBS Radio, December 15, 2003)

On the Border of Hypocrisy: The unintended consequences of getting tough on illegal immigration
(LA Weekly,
December 5-11, 2003)

Raids on Illegal Workers Drop
(Fresno Bee,
December 1, 2003)

“En México con Dinero Baila el Perro”
(Imagen,
October 28, 2003)

Wal-Mart Raids Send Signal to Other Firms, International or Not
(Christian Science Monitor,
October 27, 2003)

EU Pretende Sellar la Frontera con México
(Imagen,
October 23, 2003)

Vigilar Frontera, Prioridad: EU
(Imagen,
October 22, 2003)

Las Muertes de Migrantes Aumentaron Cerca de 500%
(Milenio.com,
October 22, 2003)

Look Beyond Rhetoric on Driver License Issue, Panel Says
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
October 22, 2003)

La Frontera Sellada Tiene Otros Agujeros
(Milenio.com,
October 21, 2003)

Mexico’s Land of Discord
(Los Angeles Times,
October 13, 2003)

Immigrants, the Driving Force of the U. S. Economy
(Asahi Shimbun,
October 12, 2003)

Opinion-Patricio Ballados
(El Sol de México,
September 18, 2003)

¿Y si los migrantes votaran en el 2006?
(Reforma Enfoque supplement,
September 14, 2003)

Analysis: Dangers of Illegal Border Crossings
(Talk of the Nation,
September 10, 2003)

Little Latino Activism Here
(Houston Chronicle,
June 22, 2003)

Cornyn Proposal Acknowledges Immigration Complexities
(Houston Chronicle,
June 20, 2003)

An Immoral Policy on Illegal Entry
(Los Angeles Times,
June 8, 2003)

3 Bodies Found in Texas Rail Car
(Los Angeles Times,
June 4, 2003)

Samaritans in the Desert
(The Nation,
May 26, 2003)

¿Amnistía a Cambio de Petróleo?
(La Prensa San Diego,
May 23, 2003)

Mexican Immigrants Taking Bigger Risks to Reach U.S.
(National Public Radio,
May 14, 2003)

The Debate for In-State Tuition Fees Regardless of Immigration Status: The Right to Education
(La Prensa San Diego,
May 2, 2004)

Iraqi Refugees May or May Not Return to Iraq
(National Public Radio,
April 23, 2003)

Wavering Welcome: Foreign Policy Weighs Heavily on Refugees’ Entry to U.S.
(The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
April 9, 2003)

La Licencia de Conducir: Para Que se Respete el Derecho al Trabajo
(La Prensa San Diego,
April 4, 2003)

Recuperar la Nacionalidad Mexicana: Hasta el Ultimo Día
(La Prensa San Diego,
March 28, 2003)

El Voto de los Migrantes
(Reforma,
March 7, 2003)

Tyson Smuggled Help for Years, U.S. Alleges
(Los Angeles Times,
February 6, 2003)

Las Organizaciones Binacionales en California: un neuvo actor de la política entre México y los Estados Unidos
(La Prensa San Diego,
January 17, 2003)

Migrantes y Derechos Humanos
(Reforma,
January 15, 2003)

Radio Offers Grim Drama on ‘El Norte’
(Los Angeles Times,
December 26, 2002)

Día Internacional de los Derechos Humanos: Huelga de Hambre en la Frontera
(La Prensa San Diego,
December 13, 2002)

Un Futuro Político Femenino?
(Reforma,
December 5, 2002)

Center Director Testifies on Mexican Migrant Deaths
(USMEX Policy Briefs, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2003)

Matrículas Gain Acceptance
(The Arizona Republic,
October 31, 2002)

Will Immigration Reform Help the US Fight Terrorism?
(Pacific News Service,
October 29, 2002)

Legalization for Migrants Proposed
(The Chicago Tribune,
October 11, 2002)

Border-crosser Arrests Decline 28% in a Year
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
September 17, 2002)

Real Reform: How to Stop Illegal Immigration
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 23, 2002)

US Strategy Blamed for Migrant Deaths in Desert
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
June 14, 2002)

El TLC, presión económica en México con grupos marginados: Cornelius
(El Universal,
June 14, 2002)

Britain’s Pols Cling to Irrational Immigration Fears
(The Wall Street Journal European edition,
May 29, 2002)

Number of Border Detainees Declines
(Los Angeles Times,
May 3, 2002)

Sept. 11 Leaves Carpet Loomers Idle in Oaxacan Town
(Los Angeles Times,
November 28, 2001)

After Attacks, Traffic of All Kinds Slows at US-Mexico Border
(Los Angeles Times,
October 3, 2001)

Mexican Immigrants Sending More Money Home
(Los Angeles Times,
September 24, 2001)

Proposal is Aimed at Smugglers of People
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
August 26, 2001)

Job Programs Aim to Curb Migrant Flow
(Los Angeles Times,
August 20, 2001)

O Mundo em Movimento
(BBC Brasil, Portuguese, see Parte 8,
July 16, 2001)

Economic Downturn Deepens in Mexico
(Los Angeles Times,
July 1, 2001)

At Border, Fortification Conflicts With Compassion
(The New York Times,
May 25, 2001)

We Don’t Need More ‘Guest Workers’
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 21, 2001)

Mexico to Give Survival Kits to Illegal Crossers
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 17, 2001)

Extradition Seen as Sign Drug Lords Can No Longer Hide
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 6, 2001)

Arrests of Illegal Migrants Plunge
(Los Angeles Times,
April 4, 2001)

County Spent $50 Million on Immigrants in ’99, Study Finds
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
February 6, 2001)

Fox Welcomes Back Mexico’s Migrants
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
December 13, 2000)

INS Commissioner Ready to Step Down
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
September 7, 2000)

2 Border Patrol Checkpoints No Longer Effective
(Los Angeles Times,
August 20, 2000)

Why Open Borders Are Not a Good Policy
(San Marcos Daily Record,
August 1, 2000)

Fast on Its Feet: UCSD Recruits Faculty Stars by Keeping Ahead
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 18, 2000)

Imported Know-How
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 16, 2000)

The New Mexico
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 16, 2000)

Why ‘Open Borders’ Is Bad Policy
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 10, 2000)

2 Worlds Collide in Oceanside: Crown Heights Offers Lab in Noncitizen Democracy
(San Diego Union-Tribune,
July 9, 2000)

Denunciadas Prácticas Políticas en Yucatán Serán Tema de un Libro de Texto en EE.UU.
(Diario Yucatán,
July 2, 2000)

Continuidad o Incertidumbre
(Enfoque,
July 2, 2000)

The Jewish Grapevine
(San Diego Jewish Press Heritage,
June 30, 2000)

Getting Out the Cross-Border Vote
(Los Angeles Times,
June 28, 2000)

Debe Vicente Fox Fortalecer Congreso
(Frontera,
June 19, 2000)

Tapping Generosity of Emigrants
(Los Angeles Times,
June 8, 2000)

The Japan That Can Say Yes
(Newsweek International,
June 5, 2000)

If Enacted, Amnesty Program Would be Fourth the US Has Offered Since the Mid-1930s
(The San Diego Union-Tribune,
May 16, 2000)

Janitors Approve New Labor Contract
(San Diego Union Tribune,
May 10, 2000)

Some Illegal Immigrants Honor Duty to Pay Taxes
(The Arizona Republic,
April 23, 2000)

UCSD Conference Explores How Refugees Adapt to Life in the US
(San Diego Union Tribune,
February 13, 2000)

UCSD Starts Research Center on Immigration
(San Diego Union Tribune,
June 6, 1999)

Flood Gate: Like it or Not, Mexico-U.S. Migration Booms
(El Financiero International Edition,
May 24, 1999)

Policies Fail to Stem the Tide
(El Financiero International Edition,
May 24, 1999)

We Only Pretend to Block Immigration
(San Diego Union Tribune,
May 17, 1999)

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