World of Walls: The Structure, Roles and Effectiveness of Separation Barriers, edited by Said Saddiki, explores one of the major paradoxical aspects of the globalization phenomenon. This paradox reveals that an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world is simultaneously marked by intensified securitization and militarization of national borders. Since border studies is an interdisciplinary field of knowledge, Saddiki bases his academic research on different approaches to deal with boundary fencing policies all over the world, in general, and in five case studies, in particular, namely: the fencing policy of Israel; border fencing in India; the fences of Ceuta and Melilla in northern Morocco; the US–Mexico border policy; and, finally, the...
Book Review| September 03 2018
Book Review: World of Walls by Said Saddiki
World of Walls: The Structure, Roles and Effectiveness of Separation Barriers, edited by Said Saddiki.
152pp., £26.95 (hbk) ISBN 978-1-78374-369-8, £14.95 (pbk), ISBN 978-1-78374-368-1, free Digital (PDF) ISBN 978-1-78374-370-4.
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2018) 11 (3): 155–160.
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Book Review: World of Walls by Said Saddiki. Contemporary Arab Affairs 3 September 2018; 11 (3): 155–160. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/caa.2018.113008
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