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Refusing the “Gift” of Integration

Narratives of Migration at the Galerie des dons

Abigail E. Celis

tensions when President Nicholas Sarkozy designates the new Ministre de l'immigration, l'intégration, et l'identité nationale as one of the administrative overseers of the museum, prompting eight members of the CNHI's advisory committee to publicly resign

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Mass-Market Paperbacks and Integration Politics

Johanna Schuster-Craig

In Germany, where immigration is both an economic necessity and—for the far right—a cultural frustration, integration politics has shaped how immigrants and their descendants find a place in national spaces. Insisting that immigrants “integrate

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Civic Integration at Issue

An Essay on the Political Condition of Migrants

José María Rosales

This article deals with the civic integration of migrants, focusing on the process immigrants undergo to become nationals of new states. Discussing some recent advances in immigration policies in European Union countries, it questions the gap that separates their normative principles from institutional practices. Many existing citizens would not meet the administrative requirements imposed on migrants to gain legal residence and nationality. Furthermore, the experience of non-nationals living in Europe suggests that integration challenges remain, well after naturalisation is achieved, as new citizens face ongoing discriminatory burdens at various levels, including the labour market and politics. Part of an ongoing study on the civic condition of migrants, the article argues that a liberal approach to immigrant integration should not cease with the granting of citizenship. It should address the urgent task of protecting new citizens from discrimination that impairs their rights in practice.

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Cues for Integration

Foreign Policy Beliefs and German Parliamentarians’ Support for European Integration

A. Burcu Bayram

How do foreign policy beliefs affect German parliamentarians’ ( mp s) support for European integration? Are multilateralist mp s who believe in a cooperative foreign policy more supportive of European integration than those who favor a

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A Bridge Across the Mediterranean

Nafissa Sid Cara and the Politics of Emancipation during the Algerian War

Elise Franklin

and modernity, religion and emancipation. These dichotomies were not only found in the French colonial government, but also in the plans made for Algerian women’s futures. Integrating Évoluées in Colonial Algeria Nafissa Sid Cara was the fourth child

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Governed and ungoverned integration in the Mexico–US border region

James Gerber

Mexico–US border is an area where integration effects are frequently more granular and extend beyond urban planning and market or commercial interactions in ways that make everyday life responsive to institutional differences in two countries rather than

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Enhancing challenged integration

Stability, security, and governance

Citlalli Alhelí González H., Edith Kauffer, Harlan Koff, and Carmen Maganda

The editorial team at Regions & Cohesion welcomes 2023 with a reflection on the challenges of regional integration at diverse scales, from international relations to very local places and in disparate political arenas. Regional organizations are

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Memories of Migration

Commemoration, Contestation, and Migrant Integration in the United Kingdom and Germany

Barbara Laubenthal and Kevin Myers

The question of the integration of migrants in European societies is a timely one. Large refugee movements from war-torn countries such as Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan and new patterns of intra-European migration after the latest waves of eu

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The Integration Spectacle

Migration, politics, and multiculturalism in a Finnish suburb

Ville Laakkonen

was a microcosm of Finnish integration policies. These policies were often aimed at one thing, namely supporting such grand ideals as equality and inclusion, but they seemed to be working in the opposite direction, fostering seclusion and a vertical

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Refugee studies in Austria today

From challenges to a research horizon

Leonardo Schiocchet, Sabine Bauer-Amin, Maria Six-Hohenbalken, and Andre Gingrich

Europe, debating their implications to refugee-related matters. We will then succinctly outline the contemporary scenario of refugee studies in Austria and the most relevant focus and funding shifts. The question of “integration” emerges here as both