Migration, Diaspora and the Political Economy of Borders

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Managing migration has become an increasingly central aspect of international politics since the end of the Cold War. Along transit routes, trade and economic production have become dependent on easy access to inexpensive migrant labour. Alexander Clarkson discusses the global politics of mass migration and transnational diasporas.

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