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Critical Realism, assemblages and practices beyond the state: A new framework for analysing global diaspora engagement
In recent decades state-based diaspora engagement institutions have proliferated. Meanwhile, the surge in diaspora engagement initiatives by non-state global governance actors is also on the rise. However, such 'global-ising' of diaspora engagement does not describe a simple 'scaling-up' of policies from the domestic to the supranational level. Rather, it suggests a reconfiguration of policies, actors and spaces by and through which diasporas are now being engaged/governed. No doubt, this callsdoi:10.25501/soas.00026314 fatcat:7lbgxuh2bve7fm7cizuqtriesq