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Should Citizens Living Overseas be Allowed to Vote?

An increasing number of nations are saying “yes” to overseas voting, but should they? Noreen Bowden–a dual citizen of the United States and Ireland–makes the case for allowing members of the diaspora to participate in their country of origin’s elections.

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Macedonian-American Advocates for Homeland, Interview with Metodija Koloski

Meto Koloski is the 28-year-old old co-founder of a national organization, the United Macedonian Diaspora. He recently spoke with MPI’s Susanna Groves on why it is important for diaspora communities to take an active role in advocating for their country of heritage’s public policy priorities.