By Alexander Betts
Utilizing real-world examples and in-depth case reports, Forced Migration and international Politics systematically applies diplomacy concept to discover the overseas politics of pressured migration.
- Provides an available and thought-provoking creation to the most debates and ideas in diplomacy and examines their relevance for figuring out pressured migration
- Utilizes a wide-range of real-world examples and in-depth case experiences, together with the harmonization of ecu asylum and immigration coverage and the securitization of asylum on account that 9/11
- Explores the relevance of state-of-the-art debates in diplomacy to pressured migration
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