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Katipunan Dialogue Episode 10: Security Implications of Global Migration Patterns - Podcast

This episode tackles the question of international politics and the interplay of labor migration with foreign policy, specifically in Asia. We ask our speaker about the security implications of global migration patterns. The conversation touches on the history of the Asia-Gulf Migration Corridor and the emerging trends in the Gulf’s political and economic context affecting its labor needs. Major policy components of the Kafala system and recent reforms are explored as it relates to Gulf countries’ foreign policy relations.  The episode looks into debates about the security implications of migration, particularly how it contributes to demographic shifts and wider security implications.

Froilan Malit, Jr.
Doctor of Philosophy Candidate
University of Glasgow