Thinking Global Podcast – Maurice Stierl

E-International Relations • Dec 11 2023 • Features

Maurice Stierl speaks about how time is weaponized in relation to EU Migration Policy, migrant resistance, the ‘messy’ entanglement of borders, and resistance as method.

Thinking Global Podcast – Natasha Saunders

E-International Relations • Nov 6 2023 • Features

Natasha Saunders speaks about distinguishing refugee status and asylum, the slow violence of asylum, digital border technologies, UK asylum policy, and refugee resistance.

Why are South Koreans So Opposed to Accepting Refugees?

Once South Korea starts to feel the full impact of its declining birth rate, politicians and the public may be more welcoming to refugee resettlement.

Interview – David FitzGerald

E-International Relations • Aug 24 2023 • Features

David FitzGerald delves into trends in migration and asylum-seeking, variations in national policy responses, and the impact of securitisation.

Thinking Global Podcast – Mauricio Palma-Gutiérrez

E-International Relations • Jul 31 2023 • Features

Mauricio Palma-Gutiérrez discusses migration and displacement in South America, focussing specifically on the practices of those states along the South American Andes.

Review – People Forced to Flee

Martin Duffy • May 17 2023 • Features

This comprehensive account of forced displacement highlights the potential for change, advocates more judicial action, and tackles the organisation’s own failings.

National Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis: The Cases of Libya and Malta

Emma Casey and Yannis A. Stivachtis • May 8 2023 • Articles

The lack of a coherent EU migration and asylum policy has placed Maltese officials in a situation where they perceive that an aggressive anti-migrant posture is their most viable course politically.

The Critical Role of Turkey in the Management of the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Dimitris Tsarouhas • May 6 2023 • Articles

Turkey has sought to cope with the crisis in two distinct ways and over two identifiable phases.

The Jordanian Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis from a Resilience Perspective

Zeynep S. Mencutek and Ayat J. Nashwan • May 4 2023 • Articles

Jordan has employed resilience terminology to legitimize its aid demands targeting donors and implementers, mainly EU and UN agencies.

Refugees: From Securitization to Integration

The securitization of refugees has the capacity to unleash the emotive power of nationalism in unhelpful ways, as has been seen post 2015 in Europe.

Italy’s Mixed Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Augusta Nannerini • May 3 2023 • Articles

The Italian response to the Syrian crisis is complex and must be understood in light of the many nuances that it has assumed over time in different scenarios.

National Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis: The Cases of Israel and Cyprus

Erica Martin and Yannis A. Stivachtis • May 3 2023 • Articles

Israel and Cyprus are located at the geographic intersection of multiple cultures, making them destinations for refugees as they travel to seek asylum in Europe.

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