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Hong Kong Democracy Advocate Detained in Thailand

Wed Oct 5, 2016 | 12:42am EDT

 Student leader Joshua Wong.REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/File Photo file photo

By Cod Satrusayang and Venus Wu… 721 more words

Immigration Control (2)

I’ve discussed the inception and failure of Hong Kong’s first Immigration Department in 1940 here. In this blog posting I’ll be looking at the complexities of immigration control in the 1930s and what this meant for Chinese and foreign refugees. 421 more words

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Reply: to Kendra Briken on Cologne

Monday, 28 March 2016 – Francois Bonnet

Today we feature Francois’ response to Kendra Briken’s rejoinder on his podcast

The Monday Morning Meetings on Migration (4M) organizers have asked me to provide a short written commentary on Kendra Briken’s podcast, “Room for a Feminist Anti-racism after Cologne? 477 more words

Room for a Feminist Anti-racism after Cologne? A rejoinder to Francois Bonnet.

March 21, 2016 – Kendra Briken


Last month, Francois Bonnet gave us his thoughts on the Cologne attacks. He argued that Cologne was a major blow to the Feminist left in Europe and encouraged us to see the police response to the violence as an act of performing non-racism. 49 more words

A Trump Presidency: The First 100 Days

March 14 2016 – Austin Kocher.


After a series of large victories in the primaries, Donald Trump is being hailed as the presumptive Republican Presidential nominee. 90 more words

EU-Turkey: Deal or no Deal?

14 March 2016 – Franck Düvell


The EU and Turkey are aiming to close the ‘Balkan route’ to Europe. On March 7 2016, the EU mooted a plan to send non-refugees back to Turkey while offering to resettle those people who Turkey has already qualified as refugees. 39 more words