Conflict, Security, and Migration series

Series Editor: AKM Ahsan Ullah, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Brunei Darussalam

This topical new series publishes titles on the mutual dynamics between geopolitical conflicts, national and international security and migration. Drawing on disciplines such as political science, sociology, economics, international relations and security studies, the series examines how violence, persecution and instability drive people to migrate, often leading to complex patterns of displacement and resettlement. The series also looks at the security implications for both sending and receiving countries and how migration can impact on national security, border control and community safety. Books in the series examine how migration is reshaping societies, changing labour markets, influencing political landscapes and creating new forms of cultural exchange.

The scope of the series is global. By including case studies from different regions and emphasising the role of international policy and cooperation, the series offers a holistic view of how conflict-induced migration affects the global community. The focus is on original research and case studies that highlight the experiences of migrants, the challenges faced by security institutions and the policy responses to these developments.

If you would like to discuss a proposal for the series please contact:

Katy Crossan - [email protected]
AKM Ahsan Ullah - [email protected]