L'Enjeu mondial

Les migrations
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Global Issues: A New Geopolitical Series on Globalization
An annual volume centered on a specific global challenge, as analyzed by CERI researchers and experts.
Illustrations by The Sciences Po Cartography Studio

Human migration is a phenomenon as old as humanity itself. But how do we reintroduce the migratory question in its historical context considering its current global dimension? After publishing a first volume on emerging nations, the "Global Issues" series devotes its 2009 edition to the migrations which will awaken revolutionary and crucial planetary issues for the 21st century.

The book's five sections, with the work of specialists on each question, promote a detailed comprehension of the big debates:

The Migratory Phenomenon offers and analysis of the latest migratory data, including the relationships between immigration and the demographics of destination countries.

Domestic Migrations emphasizes migration patterns within nations, whose scope and diversity are often misunderstood, whether the result of poverty as with the rural exodus in Mediterranean regions, or of profound changes as with the drifting populations of China, or of the authoritarian displacement of entire populations for the purpose of domestic colonization.

The South, Land of Migrations: the south remains the exemplary migration magnet with net fluxes far outstripping northward migration. Doubtless the south, now and in the future, will be the stage where the most violent dramas will play out as a result of economic migrants, refugees of war, dictatorship, environmental or climatic factors, and victims of illegal trafficking.

The North, Between Rejection and Integration examines the reactions of the northern hemisphere when confronted with migrations from the south, restrictive policies at times putting human rights and dignity in peril, and the successes and challenges of different integration models.

A Tool of Diaspora focuses on migrants who form better interconnected diasporas thanks to the internet. The economic impact of new transnational actors, at the interface of communities of origin and destination societies, has sparked debate from the start. Analyzed here are Chinese, Indian, Moroccan and Filipino cases, as well as the co-development, the "global percolation" of skills.

The work concludes with a word on the necessity of international governance on the migratory phenomenon, as regulation of the flux and harmonization of national policies has arisen as an urgent cause.

KEY WORDS: Globalization - Geopolitics - Migration - Refugees - Demographics - Development - Urbanization - Environmental Refugees - Illegal Immigrants - Integration - Brain Drain - Diasporas - Colonization


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Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Christophe Jaffrelot, Christian Lequesne,
Collection
L'Enjeu mondial
Language
French
Tags
, , , Sustainable development
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics > Globalization
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics > Migration Questions
Publisher Category
> Exams
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics
Publisher Category
> International
Publisher Category
> International field
BISAC Subject Heading
POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
Onix Audience Codes
01 General / trade
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Title First Published
27 September 2009
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: Politics & government
Original Language
English

Paperback


Publication Date
27 September 2009
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-1131-1
Illustrations
illustrations, color
Extent
Main content page count : 312
Code
978-2-7246-1131-1
Weight
610 grams
List Price
30.50 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

ePub


Publication Date
27 September 2009
ISBN-13
9782724687309
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 312
Code
9782724687309
Technical Protection ebook
Adobe DRM
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


PARTIE 1 LE PHÉNOMÈNE MIGRATOIRE
Vers un droit à la mobilité
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden

Immigration et démographie des pays d'accueil
Michèle Tribalat

Entretien avec Aristide Zolberg
Riva Kastoryano

PARTIE 2 LES MIGRATIONS INTÉRIEURESENTRE LIBRE CIRCULATION ET DÉPORTATIONS
Exode rural : les habits neufs d'une vieille question
Bertrand Hervieu et François Purseigle

Régimes juridiques et régulation des mobilités dans l'Union européenne
Christian Olsson

Les migrations intérieures en Chine
Chloé Froissart

Migrations et colonisation dans le Grand Ouest de la Chine
Rémi Castets

Un espace postsoviétique en pleine mutation
Anne de Tinguy

La colonisation russe en Asie centrale à l'époque soviétique
Sébastien Peyrouse

PARTIE 3 LE SUD, TERRE DE MIGRATIONS
Orientations, caractères et composition des migrations Sud-Sud
Sylvain Souchaud

Les nouveaux enjeux des migrations intra-africaines
Aurelia Wa Kabwe-Segatti

Le défi international des migrations forcées
Catherine Teitgen-Colly

L'environnement, nouveau facteur de migration ?
François Gemenne

Passeurs, passagers et points de passage
Smaïn Laacher

PARTIE 4 LE NORD, ENTRE REJET ET INTÉGRATION
Des migrants face aux murs d'un monde-frontière
Évelyne Ritaine

Contrôle migratoire et libre circulation en Europe
Didier Bigo

Le Japon à l'épreuve de la démographie
Jean-Marie Bouissou

Les politiques d'immigration aux États-Unis : entre ouverture et impuissance
Daniel Sabbagh

Bilan de l’intégration des immigrants aux États-Unis
Dominique Daniel

L’intégration des migrants au Royaume-Uni
Anne Daguerre

Le creuset français est-il brisé ? Vraies questions, faux diagnostics
Vincent Tiberj

PARTIE 5 DES DIASPORAS UTILES ?
Les cyber-diasporas à l’heure de la mondialisation
Souley Hassane et William Berthomière

Diaspora et migrations chinoises
Emmanuel Ma Mung Kuang

La percolation mondiale des compétences
Jean-Baptiste Meyer

Le développement, au carrefour des exils marocains
Thomas Lacroix

Développement par l’exil : le cas de l’Inde
Ingrid Therwath

Les Philippins, chez eux à l’étranger ?
David Camroux

Aide au retour et codéveloppement : quel impact ?
Jean-Jacques Gabas

CONCLUSION
Pour une gouvernance mondiale des migrations
Fred Constant


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