Point: Australia's Borders Need to Be Protected

Crawford, Katherine
September 2018
Australia Points of View: Refugees;9/28/2018, p2
The article presents an argument for protecting Australia's national security through control of the nation's borders. The author argues that allowing refugees the right to enter Australia can present potential dangers. Australia's immigration policy, the detention of refugees seeking to enter Australia, and the role of immigration in population growth are discussed.


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