Lebanon’s Border Regime: Fluid Rigidity, Foreign Interference, and Hybrid Security Assemblages.
Migration, Mobility and Circulation
Study and/or Report
This report seeks to analyse border and migration governance in Lebanon; it provides an overview of legislation and policies concerned with border management and control in Lebanon, by systematically analysing pre-entry controls, controls at the border, internal control regimes, and return policies. Moreover, by examining the role of national and international actors in migration and border management in Lebanon, the report also aims to shed light on geopolitical factors and the impact of foreign interventions to local governance and sovereignty, as well as underlying complex dynamics between security assistance and humanitarian aid in the context of a 'fragile' or 'weak' state. Lastly, the report highlights how border policies and interventions impact refugees’ and migrants’ lived experiences.
This report is part of RESPOND, a Horizon 2020 project studying multi-level migration governance from 2011-2017 through cross-country comparative research in source, transit, and destination countries in 11 different countries. It is the second in a series of five focusing on Lebanon.
Migration, Migration Governance, Borders, Geopolitics, humanitarian aid
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