Open borders lead to globalisation of poverty

Gary Younge’s article (Opinion, 16 October) supporting open borders is misguided. He claims migration across open borders occurred through history. However, apart from migration as part of conquest, even international tourism was rare – so that Marco Polo was considered remarkable. Younge then contrasts today’s free movement of capital with restriction on free movement of labour. 

Full Article: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/oct/24/open-borders-lead-to-globalisation-of-poverty