About this book
This study focuses on the field of security studies through the prism of migration. Using ethnographic methods to illustrate an experiential theory of security taken from the perspective of migrants and asylum seekers in Europe, it effectively offers a means of moving beyond state-based and state-centric theories in International Relations.
Migration International Relations citizenship asylum seeker security critical security studies feminist security studies human rights immigration Europe Asylum international relations migration mobility
“Combining scholarship on migration, human rights, and critical/feminist security studies, she weaves a compelling narrative that foregrounds migrant agency. … Migration, Citizenship and the Challenge for Security can function as a comprehensive introduction to those new to the issues since Innes covers a lot of ground. … I could see its usefulness for classroom use … . ” (Annick T. R. Wibben, International Studies Review, Vol. 20, 2018)