Post Tagged with: "migration"

EU-Morocco Negotiations on Migrations and the Decentring Agenda in EU Studies

EU-Morocco Negotiations on Migrations and the Decentring Agenda in EU Studies

Negotiations on migration are the locus of asymmetrical contestation between people and their free movement; an asymmetry that is constantly questioned and/or redefined.

Review – Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move

Review – Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move

An engaging book that doesn’t retreat into narrow theoretical discussions, and whose engaging narrative is enriched with fieldwork observations and real-life stories.

Criminalising Search and Rescue Operations in the Mediterranean

Criminalising Search and Rescue Operations in the Mediterranean

It is crucial to involve NGOs in the fight against trafficking by allowing them to work and support in their mission of saving lives at sea and from human trafficking.

(In)Security: From Thick Signifier to Empty Signifier

(In)Security: From Thick Signifier to Empty Signifier

The in(security) of the minors is at stake in a semantic and practical power struggle among different actors such as the US, the UN, NGOs, countries of origin and the minors themselves.

Migration to Russia and the Current Economic Crisis

Migration to Russia and the Current Economic Crisis

The migration ties between Russia and the newly independent states have generally weakened. This is unlikely to bode well for either Russia or the countries in the region

Migration of Ukrainians to Russia in 2014–2015

Migration of Ukrainians to Russia in 2014–2015

For many years, Russians were open to Ukrainians and saw them as desirable neighbours. However, recent geopolitical changes have had negative consequences.

Russian Society and the Conflict in Ukraine: Masses, Elites and Identity

Russian Society and the Conflict in Ukraine: Masses, Elites and Identity

The way Russians comprehend the conflict with Ukraine is fundamentally conditioned by nationalism, but this nationalism is not necessarily xenophobic and aggressive.

Moving out of ‘Their’ Places: 1991–2016 Migration of Ukrainians to Australia

Moving out of ‘Their’ Places: 1991–2016 Migration of Ukrainians to Australia

The post-Euromaidan crisis impacted life trajectories of citizens which has translated into a shift towards survival-based migration to Australia.

Beyond Attitudes: Russian Xenophobia as a Political Legitimation Tool

Beyond Attitudes: Russian Xenophobia as a Political Legitimation Tool

Complex historical, political and social events shape up patterns of xenophobia and how xenophobia is used as a political legitimation tool in Russia.

Labour Migration in the Eurasian Economic Union

Labour Migration in the Eurasian Economic Union

If new member states are being attracted to EEU membership with the promise of an open labour market, the realities of migrant experience is likely to be disappointing.

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