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This concluding chapter identifies four of the book’s key themes: how regional governance systems themselves play a key role in defining the migration challenge; how proximity and interdependence can but do not necessarily lead to closer cooperation; how regional migration governance is not simply a ‘space’ for new governance practices but actually embodies and reflects core political tensions around migration issues; and how regional migration governance demonstrates both the limits and possibilities of global cooperation on migration.

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