Catherine Wihtol de Wenden is a CNRS research director at the Centre for International Research, CERI Sciences Po. She teaches at Sciences Po and at La Sapienza in Rome.
A genuinely planetary issue, long neglected amongst major world questions, migration transforms and affects international relations, and redefines state sovereignty. In particular it testifies as to the urgent need for a new diplomacy incorporating its global and regional governance.
Migrants, réfugiés et relations internationales
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
The negative side effects of closing the borders are manifold. To the victims, and those who have no papers and no rights, we must also add those in refugee camps, the mafia smuggling economy, the economic and demographic deficits linked to lack of mobility, without mentioning the exorbitant costs of closure and expulsion policies.
This book is an excellent introduction to migration issues and raises new questions as the links between migration and development, the issues relating to citizenship and nationality, and international cooperation necessary for the management of migrants.
This work represents a call for a right to free circulation and an international diplomacy of migrations.
Questions de relations internationales
Bertrand Badie, Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
Ce livre analyse la politique dans ses relations avec l'immigration, qu'il s'agisse des politiques publiques, de l'opinion, des partis, des syndicats, des associations et des immigrés eux-même.
Cent cinquante ans d'évolution