By Jonathan Kent, Kelsey P. Norman and Katherine H. Tennis
Many migration-governance policies have been described by policymakers and politicians as deterrence. This linkage neutralizes the language around what are actually highly militarized, defense-based policies. This paper is intended as a first step toward improving conceptual clarity around the meaning of deterrence in the migration-governance context. International Studies Review: http://bit.ly/2spZS4T
Nov. 27, 2019, 6:01 p.m.