7 edition of Securing Borders found in the catalog.
January 30, 2006
by UBC Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
My book, Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing, was published in October by University of California Press in the American Crossroads series. You can save 30% if you order it online from University of California Press (click on the "create a flier for this title" link on the lefthand side of the page). This essay focuses on the challenges faced by India in securing its vast km+ long land borders with seven nations and km+ long coastline. Apart from this, it delves into the intricacies of smart and effective border management in light of the .
The author of Diseases Without Borders is a bigot. This book reads like it was written by cheeto-in-chief himself. I can't help to hear twitlers voice while reading the text. If half-truths and fear mongering is what you find true or entertaining than this book is for you.4/5. Anna Pratt, Securing Borders: Detention and Deportation in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, , pp. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, , pp. This book takes a "governmentality" approach to the study of detention and deportation practices in Canada over the latter half of the twentieth : Richard J. F. Day.
Securing Borders - Detention and Deportation in Canada. Detention and deportation are the two most extreme sanctions of an “immigration penality” that polices noncitizens, identifies those deemed dangerous, diseased, deceitful, or destitute, and refuses them entry or casts them out. FIAC Securing Our Borders: Post 9/11 Scapegoating of Immigrants Executive Summary “What I see as the problem today is that we’re using [the blunt instrument of] immigration policy as a proxy for law enforcement, and it is a poor proxy because it alienates the very communities that we need to depend upon for early warning.” Vincent.
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Securing Borders provides an excellent historical and comparative perspective from which to understand thoughts and practices that govern Canadian borders, and more importantly, determine who can and cannot become Canadian citizens. Against that background it reveals how deportation and detention in Canada with its attendant securitization of risk have become the dark side of Canadian by: This report outlines the security-related challenges that borders are intended to address—including terrorism, human smuggling and trafficking, illegal migration, and drug trafficking—and, in turn, the perverse consequences that tighter border enforcement can generate.
As states implement extensive border controls and deterrence measures to prevent illegal migration, they indirectly push. How border security keeps Canadians safe by screening people and goods. Report suspicious cross-border activity. How visitors to Canada are screened at the border, and why border services officers arrest, detain and remove visitors.
What you need to know before crossing the border, how goods are screened, and Securing Borders book tools used to detect illegal goods. Secure and Manage Air, Land, and Maritime Borders. The security of our Nation depends on operational control over air, land, and maritime borders to prevent terrorists, transnational criminal organizations, and other threat actors from exposing the United States to malicious and illicit activity originating from foreign sources.
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The Challenge of Securing the Border. By Eduardo Porter Ap pm Ap pm. Two decades ago, the border with Mexico was not as big a priority as it is today. The Border Patrol‘s entire budget was only $ million in — some $ million in today’s money.
It had 4, agents. The Politics of Securing Borders and the Identities of Disease Rosemary C.R. Taylor. Search for more papers by this author. Book Editor(s): Robert Dingwall. Search for more papers by this author with health threats thought to be posed by entrants and migrants and explains why these governments screened at their borders for tuberculosis Cited by: 7.
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Book Bestsellers. Borders are in the mind and heart as well as the laws of a nation, and they represent a barrier or a beginning, safety or threat, opportunity realized or opportunity denied. In Junethe United Nations reported that a record 65 million people around the world had been displaced by conflicts that flared from Latin America and the Middle.
Reich’s book diagnoses the decline of the common good in American life and suggests ways of restoring it. Reich argues that the common good. READ Securing Borders: Detention and Deportation in Canada (Law and Society (Paperback)) BOOK.
And securing the border, he added, must be a constant, ever-changing effort that blends security and political support — because the effort will never end. "The drugs are going to keep coming. Securing borders: detention and deportation in Canada / Anna Pratt.
(Law and society ISSN ) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Deportation – Canada – History – 20th century. Detention of persons – Canada – History – 20th century.
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Securing EU borders On 15 Decemberthe European Commission adopted an important set of measures to manage the EU’s external borders and protect the Schengen area without internal borders. The proposals will help to manage migration more effectively, improve the internal security in the EU and safeguard the principle of free movement of.
Securing Human Mobility in the Age of Risk New Challenges for Travel, Migration, and Borders By Susan Ginsburg Ap Author: Susan Ginsburg. Securing our borders. National security has become a major issue in the ongoing elections. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Securing Borders provides a measured appraisal of migration as an area of public policy requiring a judicious balance between This book is an important addition to the growing literature documenting the retreat of Western liberal democracies from their legal obligations under international law and from their moral obligations to ensure that Author: Claudia Tazreiter.
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[Susan Ginsburg] -- ""Susan Ginsburg's book is a comprehensive and original look at how we can integrate security with global mobility in a way that promotes both safety and efficiency. Policymakers around the world.Securing Borders: The Intended, Unintended, and Perverse Consequences Executive Summary All borders are porous, but the ease with which goods and people move across borders varies by country and context.
And all countries have the same basic goals in regard to national borders: to ensure that the. Securing Borders traces the connections between seemingly disparate concerns – detention, deportation, liberalism, law, discretion, welfare, criminal justice, refugees, security, and risk – to consider them in relation to the changing modes of Canadian :