Monthly Archives: August 2015

What to do about Calais, in 50 words

By Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration and Citizenship and Deputy Director of COMPAS Five thousand people in Calais wanting to cross the Channel to the UK has meant my inbox is overflowing with invitations for interviews and top lines on ‘what … Continue reading

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The base: From peasant revolution to labour migration management

By: Biao Xiang, Professor in Social Anthropology Mao assured his comrades in 1930 that the Chinese socialist revolution would succeed when the red army encountered unprecedented difficulties. The sure victory was not because the revolutionary force was strong and the enemy … Continue reading

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