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Japan’s internal cohesion and external conflict with neighbors

Robert W. Compton Jr.

allowing internal nationalism-based conflicts to conflagrate into bilateral and regional conflicts among these countries. Japan, in particular, possesses a long historical attachment to national exceptionalism. From trade to immigration policy

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Populist Rhetoric and Nativist Alarmism

The AfD in Comparative Perspective

Barbara Donovan

) its position on multiculturalism and the salience of this issue; 3) its position on immigration policy and the salience of this issue; and 4) its position on ethnic minorities. To compare the AfD with other parties and groups of parties—to show where

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Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna

, consists in differentiating between aspiration (i.e., a wish to migrate) and ability to migrate, as well as in paying attention to migration abilities of various kinds, immigration policies being an important but not unique barrier to realizing migration

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A Journey to Australia

Travel, Media, and the Politics of Representation

Helen Bones

’s restrictive immigration policies were putting Australia at risk of invasion from Asia, where “Volk” were “ohne Raum.” Looking at Ross’s films and written work in combination allows a unique perspective on the portrayed message as it is enhanced and manipulated

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Mette Louise Berg

legal consciousness of UK social workers in re/making immigration policy in practice (Kathryn Tomko Dennler). As well as this nuanced and varied body of articles, practitioner reflections, and interventions, utopian/dystopian imaginings, and interview

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Christine Moderbacher

, Andrea . 2013 . Belgium's Immigration Policy brings Renewal and Challenges . Online: . Mazzocchetti , Jacinthe . 2012 . “ Feelings of Injustice and

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Melody Viczko, Marie-Agnès Détourbe, and Shannon McKechnie

, which aims ‘to permit Canada to pursue the maximum social, cultural and economic benefits of immigration’ ( Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2001 ). This legislation marked a shift from the first formal immigration policy in Canada adopted in 1952

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Catherine Plum, Klaus Berghahn, Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker, David Freis, and Matthew Eckel

Membership in Canada and Germany , makes for important reading. It presents a counterintuitive but illuminating comparison of Canadian and German immigration policy, examining how elites have variously elided and addressed the contradictions between a

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Forced-Voluntary Return

An Intersectional Approach to Exploring “Voluntary” Return in Toronto, Canada

Tanya Aberman

-makers established the context that enabled increased bordering and a drastic overhaul of immigration policies and procedures between 2008 and 2015 ( Abji 2020 ; Alboim and Cohl 2012 ). These important changes to policies and procedures hierarchized refugee

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Welcoming Acts

Temporality and Affect among Volunteer Humanitarians in the UK and USA

Rachel Humphris and Kristin Elizabeth Yarris

forms of inclusion and welcome for migrants. Ethnographic Context and Methods There are broad resonances between UK and USA immigration policy, with both countries historically restricting legal pathways for migration and settlement along lines