Donald Trump's move to ban immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries has triggered a fight in U.S. courts and provoked angry protests in many U.S. cities. But the arguments over its legal and moral merits won't change many minds. The new president's supporters and critics are already motivated and mobilized. Few are neutral on Trump or this policy. But the more important impact of this story is unfolding outside the United States. Trump's immigration policy has only just begun to create both problems and opportunities abroad.
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