This edited volume examines European approaches to migrants, European Union migration policies, and the EU-Turkey refugee agreement through macro-level and micro-level analysis. It analyzes issues related to migration in Turkey and Syria and specifically studies at the Syrian refugee crisis. The contributors explore the migration phenomenon through economic and judicial perspectives.
Migration Studies is becoming more and more engaged with the idea of developing global perspectives on socio-economic, political, legal, and psychological elements of migration-related matters. This book derives from such a perspective, which is concerned with going from local to global. Covering a variety of themes, countries, and governance of migration, this book makes theoretical and empirical interventions ranging from the securitization of migration to the impact of mass migration on the growth of right-wing populism in Europe.
Ayhan Kaya, Istanbul Bilgi University