Other countries are begging for immigrants. Why aren’t we?

Once protectionist nations are opening up their borders to new immigrants in hopes of spurring their economies. Tom Fairless is a reporter covering Europe’s economy and the European Central Bank in The Wall Street Journal’s Frankfurt bureau. He joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the ways South Korea, Australia, Japan and other countries are embracing immigration as a boon to their populations and work forces, and why the U.S. hasn’t followed suit. His article is “What Everyone—Except the U.S.—Has Learned About Immigration.”