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date: 14 October 2019

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This article explores some of the ways in which international migration intersects with the issues of crime and terrorism. First, it considers the ways in which crime and terrorism have precipitated particular international movements across borders. Second, it focuses more specifically on one form of crime: human smuggling. Third, it considers some of the consequences of international migration for crime. Finally, it explores the relationships among migration, mobility, and terrorism.

Keywords: international migration, human smuggling, mobility, migration

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