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Asiwaju, A. (2000) ‘Fragmentation or Integration:  What Future for African Boundaries’?  in Pratt, M.A. and J.A. Brown, eds. Borderlands Under Stress, London: Kluwer Law International.

Asiwaju, A. (2003) ‘Boundaries and African Integration: Essays in Comparative History and Policy Analysis’, Lagos: PANAF Publishing Inc.

Kramsch, Olivier T. and Chiara Brambilla (2007), “Transboundary Europe through a West African Looking Glass: Cross Border Integration, ‘Colonial Difference’ and the Chance for ‘Border Thinking’", in: Comparativ | Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaft, 17, Heft 4, pp. 95-115.

Marcelino, P.F. (2009) 'Postcolonial identity, transition, and challenges to tradition in Cape Verde', in Articulate - Undergraduate Research Applied to International Development, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Fall), East Lansing (MI), Scout Banana / Michigan State University. Download
Keywords: Cape Verde,West Africa,irregular migration,space wars,social change,liminality,postcolonial,hybridity,integration,exclusion

Marcelino, P.F. (2011) The new migration paradigm of transitional African spaces. Inclusion, exclusion, liminality and economic competition in transit countries: a case study on the Cape Verde Islands, Saarbruecken, LAP Lambert. Download
Keywords: Cape Verde,West Africa,ECOWAS,Senegal,Upper Guinea,transit migration,mixed migration,immigration policy,inclusion,exclusion,integration

Marcelino, P.F. and Farahi, H. (2011) 'Transitional African Spaces in Comparative Analysis: inclusion, exclusion and informality in Morocco and Cape Verde', in Third World Quarterly, Special Issue: Political Civility in the Middle East, Vol. 32, No. 5, Taylor & Francis, pp 883-904. Download
Keywords: West Africa,North Africa,Sahara,Morocco,Cape Verde,Gibraltar,Tangier,Mindelo,transitional space,mixed migration,transit migration,irregular migration,informality,liminality,inclusion,exclusion,integration

Marcelino, P.F. (2011, forthcoming), 'Processes of arrival, integration, and exclusion: Exploring a new migratory corridor in West Africa'. In Marcelino, P.F. (ed.), Home in Motion: The Shifting Grammars of Self and Stranger, Oxford, InterDisciplinary Press. Download
Keywords: Transit migration,mixed migration,irregular migration,Cape Verde,West Africa,ECOWAS,CEDEAO,integration,exclusion,inclusion,Boavista.

Tandia, Aboubakr (2012) Beyond the ‘Genius of Suffering’: the paradox of an alienated border regime - refugee integration in cross-border Dagana (Senegal-Mauritania), In Udelsmann Rodrigues, C. (ed.) Crossing African Borders: migration and mobility (pp. 97-110), Center of African Studies (CEA)/ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon: University Institute of Lisbon. e-book http://hdl.handle.net/10071/4366, ISBN: 978-972-8335-22-9 Download
Keywords: Borders,Refugee,Mauritania,Senegal

Tandia, Aboubakr (2012), "The Genius of Suffering: The Paradox of an Alienated Border Regime: Refugee integration of Mauritanian Refugees in Cross-border Dagana (Senegal-Mauritania), in Crossing African Borders: Migration and Mobility (eds Cristina Udelsmann Rodrigues), Centre of African Studies-ISCTE/UIL, ISBN: 978-972-8335-22-9 [Digital Edition], pp 97-110. Download
Keywords: Borderland-Border regime-Refugee-Refugee regime-Integration-Senegal-Mauritania-Dagana