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Demography, Migration and Security in the Middle East

Demography, Migration and Security in the Middle East

Addressing the impact of current population patterns on Middle Eastern communities and migration in the region is imperative for achieving security and stability.

Interview – Eric Kaufmann

Interview – Eric Kaufmann

Eric Kaufmann discusses the rise of right-wing populism, explains the meaning and implications of ‘whiteshift’, and reflects on developments in political demography.

Empathy and Othering: Framing Syria’s Refugee Crisis in the British Press

Empathy and Othering: Framing Syria’s Refugee Crisis in the British Press

A cosmopolitan framing helps us to perceive this as an issue for global humanity that we are all responsible for, and compels us to assist in the mitigation of suffering.

Conflict and Migration in the Middle East: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

Conflict and Migration in the Middle East: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

The Syrian crisis has transformed Middle Eastern migration. New refugee camps has given a new dimension to the debate on the forms of refugee settlement.

From Narratives to Perceptions in the Securitisation of the Migratory Crisis in Europe

From Narratives to Perceptions in the Securitisation of the Migratory Crisis in Europe

The current migratory crisis has highlighted the handicaps of the EU’s common immigration, border and asylum policies and their growing securitisation.

Exposing the Universality of Human Rights as a False Premise

Exposing the Universality of Human Rights as a False Premise

In order to promote mobilisations clarity is necessary about the role currently played by human rights instruments in upholding an outdated conception of sovereignty.

Observations on Migration in the Twenty-First Century: Where to from Here?

Observations on Migration in the Twenty-First Century: Where to from Here?

Migration is trapped in the triangle between controversial scholarly, popular and political debate, with decisions directly affecting the lives of thousands.

The Cultural ‘Therapeutics’ of Sovereignty in the Context of Forced Migration

The Cultural ‘Therapeutics’ of Sovereignty in the Context of Forced Migration

State therapeutic apparatuses are based on a false premise that immigrants are incapable of acquiring the behaviours, language and cultural values of the host country.

Solidarity Beyond the State in Europe’s Common European Asylum System

Solidarity Beyond the State in Europe’s Common European Asylum System

The development of Europe’s Common Asylum System has been based on a concept of solidarity which is predominantly state-centred. This approach has not served the EU well.

Australia’s Extraterritorial Asylum Policies and the Making of Transit Sites

Australia’s Extraterritorial Asylum Policies and the Making of Transit Sites

Despite the brevity of human rights legislation states are now implementing pre-emptive measures that effectively neutralise their obligations.

European Union Migration Law and Policy

European Union Migration Law and Policy

Future developments in the asylum policy will rely on the EU being able to reconcile the often opposing interests at play in such a politically-sensitive area.

Legal Responses to the EU Migrant Crisis: Too Little, Too Late?

Legal Responses to the EU Migrant Crisis: Too Little, Too Late?

To properly safeguard the rights of asylum claimants and refugees, regional courts should play a larger role in the adjudication of asylum decisions.

Introducing Critical Perspectives on Migration

Introducing Critical Perspectives on Migration

Thousands of people risk their lives daily by crossing borders in search of a better life. During 2015, over one million of these people arrived in Europe.

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