1. Editors' Note
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  1. Immigration Control in an Era of Globalization: Deflecting Foreigners, Weakening Citizens, Strengthening the State
  2. Valsamis Mitsilegas
  3. pp. 3-60
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  1. Disposable Workers: Applying a Human Rights Framework to Analyze Duties Owed to Seriously Injured or Ill Migrants
  2. Lori A. Nessel
  3. pp. 61-103
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  1. Troubling the Victim/Trafficker Dichotomy in Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking: The Unintended Consequences of Moralizing Labor Migration
  2. Kay B. Warren
  3. pp. 105-120
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  1. Changing Burma From Without: Political Activism Among the Burmese Diaspora
  2. David C. Williams
  3. pp. 121-142
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  1. "Coming Out of the Shadows": DREAM Act Activism in the Context of Global Anti-Deportation Activism
  2. Laura Corrunker
  3. pp. 143-168
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  1. Global Anti-Anarchism: The Origins of Ideological Deportation and the Suppression of Expression
  2. Julia Rose Kraut
  3. pp. 169-193
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  1. Citizenship and Marriage in a Globalizing World: Multicultural Families and Monocultural Nationality Laws in Korea and Japan
  2. Erin Aeran Chung, Daisy Kim
  3. pp. 195-219
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  1. Human Rights and the Elusive Universal Subject: Immigration Detention Under International Human Rights and EU Law
  2. Cathryn Costello
  3. pp. 257-303
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  1. International Human Rights in Canadian Immigration Law—: The Case of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
  2. Catherine Dauvergne
  3. pp. 305-326
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  1. Transnational Adoption and European Immigration Politics: Producing the National Body in Sweden
  2. Barbara Yngvesson
  3. pp. 327-345
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  1. Greenpeace, Social Media, and the Possibility of Global Deliberation on the Environment
  2. Michael Roose
  3. pp. 347-364
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  1. Harmonization, But Not Homogenization: The Case for Cuban Autonomy in Globalizing Economic Reforms
  2. Heather E. Shreve
  3. pp. 365-390
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  1. Department of Defense, Inc.: The DoD's Use of Corporate Strategies to Manage U.S. Overseas Military Bases
  2. Matt Weyand
  3. pp. 391-411
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  1. When Legal Orders Collide: The Role of Courts (review)
  2. Kathleen Claussen
  3. pp. 413-419
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