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On SAGE Insight: How do Frontex and EU states both exacerbate the migrant crisis and manage it?: Humanitarianism, human rights and security

Article title: Frontex and the convergence of humanitarianism, human rights and security From Security Dialogue In recent years, there has been growing scholarly interest in the connections between humanitarianism and security in EUropean border governance. Drawing on in-depth interviews with … Continue reading

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Special issue: Real-world justice and international migration

Guest editors: Adrian Little and Terry Macdonald From European Journal of Political Theory The movement and displacement of people across state boundaries – in particular, of people seeking escape from severe forms of political, economic, or environmental threat or hardship … Continue reading

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