Corpus ID: 3705181

Between courting and controlling:

@inproceedings{Haas2007BetweenCA,
  title={Between courting and controlling:},
  author={H. de Haas},
  year={2007}
}
  • H. de Haas
  • Published 2007
  • The Moroccan state has long attempted to maintain tight control on “its” subjects living in Europe. Since the 1960s, the state has actively discouraged migrants’ social and political integration because this was seen as endangering the flow of remittances and creating political opposition from outside. However, the failure of these remote control policies and an ominous stagnation in remittances prompted the state to change course over the 1990s. On the surface, repression has given way to the… CONTINUE READING

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