Walking through migration news

Migration is all over the news: the emergencies, the numbers, the political reactions. Here we provide you with our short but deep analyses of what is going on in the world of migration, wrapped-up in context, long-term perspectives, and checked facts. 

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Troubling horizons: Catching a glimpse of Europe’s future in migration control

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Thae Yong-ho: From North Korean defector to South Korean politician

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The Indian Muslim: An immigrant at home

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Ripples of a Massacre: Militiamen, European border externalisation and Revolution in Sudan

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Love beyond labels: Resettlement in Amish country

32 by 45: the Trump administration defines a national emergency

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Belarus’s political capital abroad: The role of activists fighting for democracy from Lithuania

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‘This is hypocrisy’ – A Q&A with Giulia Tranchina on European migration policy in Libya

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COVID-19 special issue: Epidemics, labour and mobility

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The border toll: Relationships at the Irish border in the age of Brexit

Migration on the ballot: European elections and immigrant enfranchisement

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‘The Colombian Dream’: Portraying the new routes

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Complications of allowing migrants to vote in their country of origin: The case of Hong Kong

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Recognising ‘qualified vulnerability’: Obstacles to mobility in the Humanitarian Corridors Project in Lebanon

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In honour of Sarah: A call to recognise the complexity of queerness in exile

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A relationship beyond borders: The emotional impact of Brexit

Stuck ships, prosecuted captains: How Europe imposes immobility

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The Mediterranean status quo: European cooperation or sporadic solidarity?