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BRILL EJEAS 8.2 (2009) 2I5-243 European Journal of East Asian Studies www.brill.nl/ejea Temporary Migration and Political Remittances: the role of organisational networks in the transnationalisation of human rights Nicola Piper Swansea University N.Piper@swansea.ac.uk Abstract The starting

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

-guided empirical studies on the subject are urgently needed. Keywords Migration; Democratisation; Norm Diffusion; Transnationalism; Political Remittances. © Koninklijke Brill NY, LeiJen, 2009 DOl: 10. !!63/156805809X!255332656955! 162 Jurgen Ruland, Christl Kesslerand Stefim Rother / EJEAS 8.2 (2009)I6I-I79

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, while adding: 'But that is another story.'3 The goal of this article is to contribute a hitherto neglected side to this emerging story. In recent years, there has been increasing scholarly attention paid to factors like 'social remittances' or 'political remittances', which Levitt has defined as 'the

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

Political Remittances: the role of organisational networks in the transnationalisation of human rights. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 STEFANROTHER,Changed in Migration? Philippine Return Migrants and (Un

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International Migration? Explorative Thoughts on a Novel Research Agenda.............................. 161 CHRISTLKESSLER,Democratic Citizenship and Labour Migration in East Asia. Mapping Fields of Enquiry .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. . 181 NICOLAPIPER, Temporary Migration and Political

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important outlet to expand the understanding of political diaspora in a broad sense, both theoretically and geographically. Theoretically, this would imply for example a different conceptualisation of what is usually discussed as political remittances ‘sent’ by diasporic political entrepreneurs, and put

In: African Diaspora

-colonial settings around the world. In her personal editorial statement, Tanja Müller also asks attention for “political diaspora in a broad sense”: on the one hand political remittances and diasporic political entrepreneurs, and on the other hand emerging forms of ‘transnational lived citizenship’ often

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politics, or—more precisely— the role played by national expatriates in the revolts unfolding in their homelands, in particular through political remittances. 1 Introduction Is there any relationship between political movements and population move- ments in the Arab world? More specifically, are the

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minority religious groups, primarily Muslims, and secular ‘elites’ abroad. In return for this kind of engagement, both parties receive domestic and foreign policy gains from the diaspora. We suggest that the AKP taps into the diaspora mainly to gain political remittances in the form of electoral support

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__________________________________________________________________ 35 discusses multiple types of remittances, defined using a series of criteria.8 For example, when taking into consideration the nature of the content being added or modified by migration, one can see economic, social or political remittances. At the same time, remittances can be further

In: Situating Strangeness: Exploring the Intersections between Bodies and Borders