Localising Migration Diplomacy in Africa? Ethiopia in its Regional and International Setting

  title={Localising Migration Diplomacy in Africa? Ethiopia in its Regional and International Setting},
  author={Andrew Geddes and Mehari Taddele Maru},
  journal={PSN: Other International Political Economy: Migration (Topic)},
  • A. Geddes, M. Maru
  • Published 1 September 2020
  • PSN: Other International Political Economy: Migration (Topic)
The paper analyses African-European diplomatic relations on migration. It looks closely at the ideas and practices that inform migration relations between the African Union and the European to explore wider links between migration diplomacy and migration governance to assess divergent African and European understandings of migration governance and the diffusion of migration issues into domestic political agendas. To exemplify the argument, we focus in particular on Ethiopia’s migration… Expand
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