Terrorism and political violence
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Gendering migration provides a deeper interrogation of the kinds of migration flow and their particular patterns, and of the different stages in migration. This chapter argues that how International Relations (IR) has treated migration, and then traces a brief history of migration, with particular attention to its connections with international politics and globalization processes. The 2004 World Survey argued, 'As a fundamental organizing principle of society, gender is central in any discussion of the causes of international migration the decision-making involved and the mechanisms associated with enacting migrating decisions as well as the consequences of migration'. There is a global political economy of migration, which reflects the changing hierarchy of states and regions, the increasingly globalized division of labour, and shifting gender relations. Increasing transnational labour market is compounded by other operations of gender, including through global restructuring. Richer states and families are importing women workers from poorer states and communities in a new transnational division of reproductive labour.