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IMMIGRATION IN EUROPE TODAY: APARTHEID OR CIVIL COHABITATION?

Darko Suvin ; Casella Postale 56, Vle Puccini 903, 55100 Lucca, Italija


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str. 159-185

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The essay discusses the orientations for preventing the slide toward apartheid
States. Beginning with the phenomenology of present mass displacements, it
asks: are non-citizens people, and what are the limits of popular sovereignty?
Is freedom possible if a good part of denizens is a partly free group? Five
concatenated axioms are posed: that 1/ the right to hospitality (eventually,
citizenship) is a central human right); 2/ each State – or analogous community
– should give all its denizens the maximum possible of citizen rights; 3/ our
value focus ought to be on immigrant policy and on integration; 4/ the status
of “unfree labourers” refuses the principle of “one person, one vote”; 5/ “no
taxation without representation.” The long-run alternative is wars and terrorism
or civil cohabitation. This would include a foreign economical policy of
“co-development”, and no participation in wars (except in a present aggression
against Europe). If capitalism today condemns a growing majority of humans
to psycho-physical misery and premature death, then we may be facing
apartheid and global civil wars.

Ključne riječi

immigration, apartheid, human and citizen rights, co-development

Hrčak ID:

72017

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/72017

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