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Outsourcing Control: The Politics of International Migration Cooperation
 9780228005193

Table of contents :
Cover
OUTSOURCING CONTROL
Title
Copyright
Dedication
Contents
Tables and Figures
Preface
Acknowledgments
1 Why Do Weak States Cooperate? A Typological Model
2 Where Did Extraterritorial Interdiction Agreements Come From? A Historical Comparative Perspective
3 Tumultuous Relations in the Caribbean: Haiti and the US
4 Expanding Cooperation with a Democratizing Regime: Mexico and the US
5 North African Strongmen and Their Successors: Tunisia and Libya Negotiate with Italy
6 Democratic Pragmatism in West Africa: Senegal and Spain
7 Conclusion
Appendix: Extraterritorial Interdiction Agreements between Major Destination States and Nearby Potential Partner States
Notes
Index

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