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Out now: Our Special Issue(s) on “Challenging State Sovereignty: A Multi-level Approach to Southeast and East Asian #Migration “


The multi-level dimension of migration governance is gaining increasing attention – and that includes the regional and sub-regional level. As a contribution to this research, Nicola Piper, Jürgen Rüland and yours truly have guest edited a two-part special Issue for … Continue reading

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Out now: articles on #ASEAN, civil society, #migration and “alternative regionalism”


This blog concerns itself predominantly with the global governance of migration (or lack thereof), but if such a regime is to evolve, it needs to rest on some solid foundation. Besides the transnational level, the regional level seems to be … Continue reading

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Conference “Translocal Spatial Practices, Urban Transformations: Migration and Mobile Urbanism in South and South-East Asia”


On 14 to 16 January 2015 my colleagues Kirsten Hackenbroch, Tabea Bork-Hüffer and myself are organising an interdisciplinary workshop “Translocal Spatial Practices, Urban Transformations: Migration and Mobile Urbanism in South and South-East Asia” at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies … Continue reading

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