The migration of power and north-south inequalities

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By Statement Emanuela Paoletti
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Lc Classifications JV8133 .P36 2011
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Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. 234-294) and index.
Number Of Pages 300
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Pagination xiii, 300 p . ;
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Subject Places Italy
Libya
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Subjects Emigration and immigration
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Subtitle the case of Italy and Libya
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The migration of power and north-south inequalities
Authors Emanuela Paoletti
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Categories Political Science
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Description International migration significantly affects relations of power between countries in the North versus those in the South. This book analyses the contested practice of states to shift border control measures outside their territory, i.e. externalisation. Special attention is devoted to the collaboration on migration between Italy and Libya. Paoletti investigates the extent to which evolving perceptions of migration have affected their wider negotiations. She argues that migration is a bargaining chip which the migrant-sending country uses to manipulate the migrant-receiving one in order to advance its own agenda. This proposition opens up new understandings reframing relations of inequalities among states.
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Page Count 300
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Subtitle The Case of Italy and Libya
Title The Migration of Power and North-South Inequalities
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