The German Migration Integration Regime: Syrian Refugees, Bureaucracy, and Inclusion

Regimes of mobility around the globe have for decades be used to both theorize and describe the complex system of norms, laws and actors involved in perpetually evolving exclusionary migration pathways. The newly published book by Morgan Etzel in Bristol University Press’s series Global Migration and Social Change analysis these themes with particular focus on conditional inclusion. This panel of international experts on migration and social exclusion are brought together to discuss themes of migration regimes, bureaucracy and the racialization of refugees in the context of the newly published book.