Cristobal Ramón is a senior policy analyst with BPC’s Immigration Project. Before joining BPC, Ramón served as a research consultant on immigration integration issues with the National Immigration Forum. As a graduate student, he also interned with the Migration Policy Institute, the German Marshall Fund’s Migration Program, and the U.S. Helsinki Commission.
Ramón is a magna cum laude graduate of Macalester College as well as a graduate of the Master of Arts in International Affairs Program at the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, where he focused on comparative U.S.-E.U. immigration policy. Ramón also researched Spain’s immigration policy as a Fulbright Scholar at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in Madrid, Spain.
This is the reason that Spain's PP staved off a viable far right party until 2016-18. It fused far-right populism on issues like immigration, conservatism over social issues, and economic free market issues that targeted middle class voters like Johnson/Trump did in these votes https://t.co/UevxrNyCH0