Externalizing migration management : Europe, North America and the spread of 'remote control' practices / edited by Ruben Zaiotti.

Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2016.
xv, 292 pages ; 24 cm.


Routledge research in place, space and politics series
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Mapping Remote Control : the Externalization of Migration Management in the 21st Century / Ruben Zaiotti -- Rising Tide : analyzing the Relationship between Remote Control Policies on Migrants and Boat Losses / Alison Mountz and Keegan Williams -- Frontex and the Shifting Approaches to Boat Migration in the European Union : a Legal Analysis / Maarten den Heijer -- Ethnography up the Stream : The UK "Let them Drown" Policy and the Politics of Bordering Europe / Karolina Follis -- The Politics of Negotiating EU Readmission Agreements : Insights from Morocco and Turkey / Sarah Wolff -- Europe's Global Approach to Migration Management : Doing Border in Mali and Mauritania / Stephan Dünnwald -- At a distance : the European Union and the Management of Irregular Migration in Eastern Europe / Lyubov Zhyznomirska -- Eurasia and the Externalities of Border Control : Spillover Dynamics of EU-Russia Cooperation on Migration / Oleg Korneev, Andrey Leonov -- The US Visa Waiver Program and the Management of Mobility across the Atlantic / Rey Koslowski -- Judging Borders : Expanding the Canada-US Border Through Legal Decision Making / Joshua Labove -- Visas as Technologies in the Externalization of Asylum Management : the case of Canada's Entry Requirements for Mexican Nationals / Liette Gilbert -- The South/North Axis of Border Management in Mexico / Roberto Dominguez and Martin Iniguez -- Secluding North America's Migration Outcasts : Notes on the International Organization for Migration's Compassionate Mercenary Business / Bruno Dupeyron -- Policy Outsourcing and Remote Management : the present and future of Border and Migration Politics / Martin Geiger.
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