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    Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice

    Migration as a Weapon in Theory and in Practice

     

    Dr. Kelly M. Greenhill

    A Tufts University professor of political science, Harvard research fellow, and award-winning author provides an analysis of coercive engineered migrations, based on her book Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy.

    Published in the November-December 2016 Edition of Military Review, p 23.

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    Jordanian Society’s Responses to Syrian Refugees

    Jordanian Society’s Responses to Syrian Refugees

    By Capt. Walter C. Haynes, U.S. Army

    The influx of refugees caused by the Syrian Civil War could destabilize Jordan, an important U.S. ally in the Middle East, through a deterioration of that country’s national identity. The author provides context for the current crisis by examining a similar refugee flow of Palestinians during the 1940s and 1950s and discusses several possible outcomes.

    Published in the January-February 2016 Edition of Military Review, p 45.

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    UN: Rohingya exodus to Bangladesh exceeds 400,000

    UN: Rohingya exodus to Bangladesh exceeds 400,000

    By Al Jazeera and news agencies

    More than 400,000 majority-Muslim Rohingya have fled Myanmar into Bangladesh, the United Nations says as Bangladeshi leader heads to the US to seek global help coping with the crisis.

    Published omline Al Jazeera, 16 Sept 2017



    Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement as an Instrument of Coercion; Strategic Insights, v. 9, issue 1 (Spring-Summer 2010)

    Weapons of Mass Migration:

    Forced Displacement as an Instrument of Coercion; Strategic Insights

    By Dr. Kelly M. Greenhill

    Coercion is generally understood to refer to the practice of inducing or preventing changes in political behavior through the use of threats, intimidation, or some other form of pressure—most commonly, military force. This article focuses on a very particular nonmilitary method of applying coercive pressure—the use of migration and refugee crises as instruments of persuasion. Conventional wisdom suggests this kind of coercion is rare at best. Traditional international relations theory avers that it should rarely succeed.

    Published in Strategic Insights, v. 9, issue 1 (Spring-Summer 2010)

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