Migrants at Sea: A Duty of Plural States to Protect (Extraterritorially)?

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Tzevelekos, Vassilis P; Katselli Proukaki, Elena;

<jats:p>Although migration is a transnational phenomenon involving a plurality of states, the state of departure is often unwilling/unable to offer protection. Receiving/transit states can refrain from engaging with the problem until migrants have already entered their ... View more
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