Domination, migration and citizenship

A special issue of Critical Review of Social and Political Philosophy 17.1 (2014) on ‘Domination, migration and citizenship’ has just appeared, available here, jointly edited by SPIRe’s Dr. Iseult Honohan. The articles examine what light the republican concept of domination can cast on issues arising from the tension between state sovereignty and universal principles with respect to migrants and non-citizens in contemporary liberal democratic states, addressing questions of migration controls and territorial boundaries, the status of non-citizens, conditions for the integration of immigrants and access to citizenship.  In addition to the editor’s introduction, Dr. Honohan also has research article in the issue titled “Domination and migration: an alternative approach to the legitimacy of migration controls” available here.

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