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Helen V. Milner and Dustin Tingley

Foreign aid remains a crucial policy tool of donor countries, and many countries throughout the world have been or continue to be recipients of aid. In this research review, Professor Milner and Professor Tingley bring together the key published articles from a variety of disciplines which explore and elucidate the geopolitics of foreign aid. The research review investigates the motivations for giving aid, the politics surrounding aid for donors and recipients, the role of international institutions and military aid.
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Helen V. Milner and Dustin Tingley

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Helen V. Milner and Dustin Tingley

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Helen V. Milner and Dustin Tingley

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Alan Gamlen and Katharine Marsh

In this noteworthy collection, the authors present the key articles published over the past twenty years which illustrate three related ‘modes’ of governing migration: a national mode, an international mode and a transnational mode. In recent years a new phase of migration policy-making has emerged: nation states, international organizations and NGOs have increasingly directed their efforts towards cooperative management of transnational flows and networks.
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Alan Gamlen and Katharine Marsh

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Modes of Governing Global Migration

Alan Gamlen and Katharine Marsh

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Alan Gamlen and Katharine Marsh

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Robin Cohen and Gunvor Jónsson

Migration and Culture marks a first in gathering a comprehensive collection of published articles linking migration and culture. Prior approaches to migration have often stressed statistical and economic factors. The theoretically challenging and comparative accounts represented here are part of a new wave of thinking which illustrates the meaning of migration and its profound cultural implications.
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Robin Cohen and Gunvor Jónsson