With anti-migrant sentiment apparently rising in the global North, this blog post turns to exclusionary measures in relation to South-South migration.
The fresh breeze of the Arab spring is transforming into icy storms of horror in the West.
The creation of European citizenship was not without parallel. In 212 AD, emperor Caracalla granted citizenship to all who lived in the Roman world. To all? Slaves were exempted, and that raises the question who else missed out on becoming a Roman citizen.