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Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice

  title={Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice},
  author={Kelly M. Greenhill},
  journal={Military review},
Editor's note: This article is adapted in part from Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion and Foreign Policy by Kelly M. Greenhill. © 2010 by Cornell University. It is used by permission of the publisher, Cornell University Press.In late March 2016, ambassadors from the twenty-eight European Union (EU) member states concluded what was supposed to be a secret deal to curtail further in-migration with leaders of eight countries in the Horn of Africa. They were responding to… Expand

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