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The first steps were to foster economic cooperation: the idea being that countries that trade with one another become economically interdependent and so more likely to avoid conflict. The result was the European Economic Community, created in with the initial aim of increasing economic cooperation between six countries: Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. What began as a purely economic union has evolved into an organisation spanning many different policy areas , from climate, environment and health to external relations and security, justice and migration.
It provides a sharp and engaging reminder that race, class, gender and sexuality are all of importance in shaping how we experience both a sense of belonging and a perception of the 'other'. It is a challenge to us all to rethink the terms of both discourse and politics about citizenship in our contemporary environment. By treating debate as an intellectual and political force a call-and-response activates debates on citizenship beyond a prior formulations of states and differentiated populations. What often becomes a dry conversation in the hands of academics is opened up as a live and fully present set of interventions. Cutting through the lies and political mystifications about migration this book offer gives us new insight into the key problem of the 21st century. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.
In recent years, international migration has made its way to the forefront of the security agendas of several states, particularly in Europe and North America. The perception of immigration as a threat to security has developed alongside the rapid increase in the number of immigrants worldwide: while there were approximately million persons living outside their countries of origin in , by this number had increased to an estimated million IOM In the most general sense of the term, security refers to the absence of threats. The traditional approach to international security has focused primarily on military concerns. From this perspective, the state is the referent object needing protection from threatening forces, particularly that of war Krause and Williams ; Peoples and Vaughan-Williams
In United States immigration enforcement, " catch and release " refers to a practice of releasing a migrant to the community while he or she awaits hearings in immigration court , as an alternative to holding them in immigration detention. There is no "hard-and-fast definition" of the phrase,  which is pejorative. The phrase catch and release originated in recreational fishing over a century ago. It originally referred to releasing fish after capture. Bush administration. A number of scholars and writers, such as geographer Reece Jones , media studies scholar Hector Amaya, and commentator Michelle Goldberg , regard the phrase as dehumanizing because it likens human beings to fish.
Metrics details. In this paper I consider how the construction of migration as a problem poses both ethical and epistemological challenges to migration scholars and how this is related to political and methodological nationalism. I briefly outline two paradigm shifts that have been highly generative in our field and beyond — methodological transnationalism and the mobilities turn, both of which have as their starting point a critique of the nation state as a container of social processes. Finally, I suggest that migrantizing the citizen enables us not only to look at the ways in which immigration controls affect citizens, but also how we might begin to make connections between the formal exclusions of noncitizenship and the multiple, and sometimes informal exclusions within citizenship. Social scientists working on racism, class and global inequality are generally keen to engage with the public about their field of expertise. These issues do not air as often as they should, but there is one exception: when they are framed in terms of migration.
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Ali Bilgic, Athina Gkouti, Who is entitled to feel in the age of populism? European states have adopted strict migration policies, such as unlimited detention in Britain, to address increasing anti-immigrant emotions in the context of rising anti-immigrant populism. These state practices prioritize the feelings of insecurity of some population groups towards immigrants whose emotions and insecurities are politically marginalized. Consequently, whose emotions matter in politics intertwines with whose security matters. The research is conducted through in-depth interviews with women who experienced detention in Britain.
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This book troubles the distinction between Us and Them, migrant and citizen. It explores how borders create social, political and economic relations and argues that these are not solely the concern of migrants. The exclusion of migrants helps define the privileges and limitations of citizenship, and close attention to the border physical and metaphorical reveals much about how we make sense of ourselves. The book explores how the migrant is a normative as well as a legal construct which is deeply problematic for technocratic policies. Immigration status is not only about legal technicalities
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