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www.quora.com/Which-countries-have-open-borders

Crossing borders is as fluid as it's ever been. "Open borders" really only exist for corporations, not for people. That said, some of the larger economic, trade blocs in the world-the EU, Mercosur among others-do allow for free transit of citizens of countries that are members of these blocs.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_border

Open borders are the norm for borders between subdivisions within the boundaries of sovereign states, though some countries do have controlled borders within the boundaries of the state (for example in the People's Republic of China between the mainland and the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau).

www.worldatlas.com/articles/top-50-countries-on-the-open-border-index.html

The top countries on the open border index are Singapore in the number one spot, Hong Kong in second and Sweden in third place. Road sign on the border, Spain The Open Borders Index is a very useful index put together by the World Economic Forum highlighting those countries that excel in ten ...

fortune.com/2016/04/17/immigration-open-borders

Solid research by economists debunks 5 big myths and shows open borders could be an economic boon to the global economy. ... If all the developed countries would let in just 3% more immigrants, ...

www.economist.com/open-future/2018/04/16/the-case-for-immigration

By the same token, those lucky enough to have been born in rich countries have no right to exclude others from their good fortune. Opponents of open borders are not convinced by either of those ...

newint.org/blog/2017/11/29/why-open-borders

Europe’s external borders have become the most violent in the world – more people die at Europe’s borders than any other border worldwide. If we care about poverty and justice overseas, we need to start working towards a world of globally open borders for all. Here’s why: 1. Borders are a form of global apartheid

openborders.info/countries

This page provides summary information on different countries and how their migration policies and outcomes (both immigration and emigration) inform the debate on migration liberalization and open borders. The link goes to the Open Borders page about the country.

www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/articles/2017-10-17/countries-with-the-most...

Countries with the Most Open Borders, According to Perception European Union member countries rank highly, while the U.S. barely makes the top half.

politics.stackexchange.com/questions/25236/do-any-countries-have-a-100-open...

There aren't such countries to my knowledge, but Norway has a small territory called Svalbard that is completely open to citizens of all countries that signed the Svalbard Treaty:. All citizens and all companies of every nation under the treaty are allowed to become residents and to have access to Svalbard including the right to fish, hunt or undertake any kind of maritime, industrial, mining ...

www.forbes.com/sites/modeledbehavior/2017/02/26/why-i-dont-support-open-borders

But I am not a proponent of open borders, and I thought it would be useful to give a few fairly high level reasons why. ... Why I Don't Support Open Borders. ... Ranked as a country by itself, one ...