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Is Trump’s America Tougher on Asylum than Other Western Countries?

NYTimes.com Saturday, 14 September 2019
President Trump’s plan to bar migrants from seeking asylum in the United States is similar to a scheme employed by Australia since 2012. Europe tried a comparable scheme in 2016, but it didn’t work.
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