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Manufacturing displacement: Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control

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Manufacturing displacement : Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control. / Lemberg-Pedersen, Martin.

I: Global Affairs, Bind 5, Nr. 3, 04.11.2019, s. 247-271.

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Lemberg-Pedersen, M 2019, 'Manufacturing displacement: Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control', Global Affairs, bind 5, nr. 3, s. 247-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2019.1683463

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Lemberg-Pedersen, M. (2019). Manufacturing displacement: Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control. Global Affairs, 5(3), 247-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2019.1683463

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Lemberg-Pedersen M. Manufacturing displacement: Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control. Global Affairs. 2019 nov 4;5(3):247-271. https://doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2019.1683463

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Lemberg-Pedersen, Martin. / Manufacturing displacement : Externalization and postcoloniality in European migration control. I: Global Affairs. 2019 ; Bind 5, Nr. 3. s. 247-271.

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