Jimena Blanco, head of Americas at Verisk Maplecroft, talks about how South American countries may react to Donald Trump as U.S. president.
Markus Kerber, managing director of BDI, tells CNBC that the German AfD party is anti-business, anti-free trade and anti-euro.
Andreas Kluth, Berlin bureau chief at The Economist, explains what the German election results will mean for Angela Merkel's immigration policy.
Angela Merkel's conservatives lost in two out of three regional state elections, as Germans gave a thumbs-down to her refugee policy.
Larry Kudlow sets the record straight on what he agrees with Donald Trump on—and why he hasn't made an endorsement of any candidate yet.
Discussing investing in the startup ecosystem and the issues surrounding immigration in the tech industry with Max Levchin, Affirm co-founder and CEO, on the sidelines of SXSW 2016.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, president of Greece's New Democracy, says the Greek government needs to do its own part to manage the migrant crisis.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tried to connect with Hispanic voters during the Democratic debate. But did they succeed?
Tougher immigration screening practices like E-Verify could put the restaurant industry in jeopardy, Eater reports.
Bernie Sanders sparred with Hillary Clinton on immigration at a debate in Miami Wednesday night, ahead of Florida's primary Tuesday.
Trump's skill as a builder projects an image that he'll be able to get things done in gridlocked Washington, writes Jake Novak. But here's the rub...
Baby boomers and millennials are capping growth in the world’s biggest economy, Standard & Poor’s said on Wednesday.
The UN and human rights groups warned on Tuesday that a tentative European Union deal with Turkey to send back irregular migrants may be illegal.
EU leaders welcomed Turkey's offer to take back all migrants who cross into Europe from its soil and agreed in principle to Ankara's demands for more money.
Phoebe Griffith, associate director of migration, integration and communities at IPPR, says the U.K. has recently had an appetite to step up in the refugee debate, and be more proactive on border control.
Joan Hoey, European analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit, explains how the EU can motivate some states to accept more migrants.
Joan Hoey, European analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit, explains the economic issues and benefits from allowing migrants into the EU.
The Germans haven’t come up with a solution to solve the refugee crisis and Greece is bearing the brunt of it, says William (Bill) Rhodes, Citigroup former senior vice chairman.
The refugee crisis is a "manifestation of the disintegration of the European Union," Greece's controversial former finance minister told CNBC on Thursday.
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis says the way the migrant crisis has been dealt with by the EU is 'unacceptable'.