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Migration and new international actors: an old phenomenon seen with new eyes
Recent studies on migration have been given a new focus and theoretical framework. The so-called "political dimension" of Diasporas, and their action at the international level as agents of para-diplomacy, as well as the introduction of analysis of the trans-national character of the migratory phenomenon, allow us to dig deeply into the field of our investigations, taking us out of the narrow frame of the Nation State.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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