The politics of Egyptian regional migration

  title={The politics of Egyptian regional migration},
  author={G. Tsourapas},
What is the impact of labour migration on autocratic regimes? This article argues that labour migration affects processes of cooperation between autocratic regimes of the sending and host states. It focuses on Egypt between 1970, when the Egyptian regime under Anwar Sadat began the process of liberalising its migration policy, and 1989, when the economic embargo imposed upon Egypt by the League of Arab States in response to the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty formally ended. It employs process… Expand


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