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The Other Side of the Border

Solidarity and the Syrian Displacement in Lebanon

Veronica Ferreri

the border. Both the Syrian revolution and the war radically transformed Tripoli between 2011 and 2015. It was a re-inscription of these events into the urban texture of the city and a process that displaced not only people but the political across

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Framing the “Refugee Hunter”

Gender and Nationalist Perspectives on Border Vigilance in Bulgaria

Kristina Ilieva

Interviewer: You had an interesting anniversary on 14 February. Dinko Valev: Yes, it is the anniversary of when I became famous. On 14 February [2015], I encountered refugees near the border village of Yabalkovo while exercising with my ATV

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Les mules, boucs émissaires du conflit Kurde

Gülcan Kolay

frontières: un débat contemporain ’, in Culture et conflit , no. 26–27 : 15 – 34 . Andreas , P. ( 2000 ), Border Games: Policing the U.S.-Mexico Divide ( London : Cornell University Press ). Bozarslan , H. ( 2009 ), Conflit kurde: Le brasier oublié

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Road to the Periphery

An Account of Border-Making through Infrastructure

Sherin Ajin

“I don't consider the people living on the Indo-China border as ordinary citizens, I believe they are our strategic assets”( PTI 2019 : n.p.). Donning a crimson-coloured alen khanjar , the traditional coat of the Monpa tribe of Tawang

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To Smile and Not to Smile

Mythic Gesture at the Russia-China Border

Caroline Humphrey

International borders like the one between Russia and China create a usually rather anxious interval as people pass from one territorial jurisdiction and time zone to another, for suddenly it is not just their passports and other documents on which

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Decolonising Borders

Re-imagining Strangeness and Spaces

John Sodiq Sanni

also propose a re-imagination of the other that emerges from the decolonisation of borders in Africa. This re-imagination seeks to debunk what I consider a colonial conception of the borders that I argue has remained within African understanding of

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The Russia/China border

Where geographies, histories, and hegemonies meet

Dominic Martin, Natalia Ryzhova, Alessandro Rippa, Madeleine Reeves, Franck Billé, and Caroline Humphrey

Parallel identities Where Russia and China meet Franck Billé and Caroline Humphrey. On the edge: Life along the Russia-China border . Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2021. The border between Russia and China winds for 2

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The intimate borders of epidemiological nationalism

Bryonny Goodwin-Hawkins

their borders. My interest, then, is to understand how epidemiology could construct and legitimate the nation as bordering threat and promising safety. I take as my (unstable) object not the nation but ‘the’ border. After 1989, ‘breathless

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Creating borders in young minds

A case study of Indian and Pakistani school textbooks

Dhananjay Tripathi

Conceptualization of Border According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a border means “a line separating two countries, administrative division, or other areas.” 1 In this literal and most acceptable meaning of borders, social scientists

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Borders and justice

A postscript

Mary Bosworth

collection, and the work of others, demonstrates ( Fassin 2013 ; Hasselberg 2016 ; Karpiak 2016 ), overlaps methodologically and, increasingly in terms of subject matter, with my eventual home discipline of criminology. For those of us interested in border