The Politics of Immigration, Race and Demographic Governance
It has become something of a cliché to claim that globalization, especially the growth of transnational corporations and supranational political institutions, has resulted in a diminution of state power.1 Whilst it is indisputable that capital, goods and ideas flow more freely and rapidly across national boundaries, and that in many respects state control of these flows has weakened, there is at least one dimension of globalization that has led not so much to a retrenchment as a reassertion of state power: the movement of people.3
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