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Mapping Europe's war on immigration

Mapping Europe's war on immigration | Regional Geography |
Europe has built a fortress around itself to protect itself from ‘illegal' immigration from the South, from peoples fleeing civil war, conflict and devastating poverty. The story is best understood through maps.
Seth Dixon's insight:

As I look at this series of maps, I keep coming back to the same question: where are the border of the 'global north' and the 'global south?'  While this isn't completely that delineation, it certainly is pretty close but in terms of the physical area but also in terms of the what the idea behind those distinctions as a conceptual way of framing global difference. 

Marist Geography's curator insight, October 17, 2013 8:05 AM

This shows how Europe controlles entry into its borders. With MEDC's being favoured over LEDC's

François Arnal's comment, October 21, 2013 11:32 AM
François Arnal's comment, October 21, 2013 11:33 AM
A "Café géographique" with Philippe Rekacewicz" in ST Dié des Vosges for the International Festival of Geography.
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