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Autonomy of Asylum?: The Autonomy of Migration Undoing the Refugee Crisis Script

Autonomy of Asylum?: The Autonomy of Migration Undoing the Refugee Crisis Script Nicholas De Genova, Glenda Garelli, and Martina Tazzioli Autonomy of Asylum? The Autonomy of Migration Undoing the Refugee Crisis Script Their “Crisis” and Ours: The Proliferation of Crises and “Crisis” Formations There has been an unrelenting proliferation of official discourses of “crisis” and “emergency” over the past several years. The historical era for our concerns may be understood to properly com- mence with the enunciation of an effectively global state of emergency with the promulgation of the “war on terror” in the aftermath of the events of September 11, 2001, in the United States, which marked a watershed in the recon�guration of the global geopolitical landscape of the post– Cold War world order. Those events have served as the authorizing pretext not only for paroxysms of “antiterrorist” securitization, surveillance, and political repression but also for unnumbered major and minor military invasions, wars, occu- pations, civil wars, proxy wars, remote-control (drone) wars, (pseudo) revolutions, palace coups, cover t operat ions, psyc hological operat ions (psyops), and counterinsurgency campaigns on a global scale. In the midst of that protracted and massively destructive series of politico-military disruptions of the world geopolitical order, the systemic convulsions that have wracked the world The South http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png South Atlantic Quarterly Duke University Press

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0038-2876
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1527-8026
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Abstract

Nicholas De Genova, Glenda Garelli, and Martina Tazzioli Autonomy of Asylum? The Autonomy of Migration Undoing the Refugee Crisis Script Their “Crisis” and Ours: The Proliferation of Crises and “Crisis” Formations There has been an unrelenting proliferation of official discourses of “crisis” and “emergency” over the past several years. The historical era for our concerns may be understood to properly com- mence with the enunciation of an effectively global state of emergency with the promulgation of the “war on terror” in the aftermath of the events of September 11, 2001, in the United States, which marked a watershed in the recon�guration of the global geopolitical landscape of the post– Cold War world order. Those events have served as the authorizing pretext not only for paroxysms of “antiterrorist” securitization, surveillance, and political repression but also for unnumbered major and minor military invasions, wars, occu- pations, civil wars, proxy wars, remote-control (drone) wars, (pseudo) revolutions, palace coups, cover t operat ions, psyc hological operat ions (psyops), and counterinsurgency campaigns on a global scale. In the midst of that protracted and massively destructive series of politico-military disruptions of the world geopolitical order, the systemic convulsions that have wracked the world The South

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South Atlantic QuarterlyDuke University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2018

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