The Iraqi presence in Syria and Jordan: social and spatial dynam

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Syria and Jordan are both refugee-hosting countries
migrants, mostly from the Middle East, but from
more South Asia or East Africa. Since the exodus
Palestinians in 1948 and 1967, refugees are an important part
migration flows that cross these two countries. The emigration of Iraqis
dating back to the 1990s, is part of the long list of migration
forced marking the region every new geopolitical crisis. it
is also the result of the longest migration relations, which are based on
plural logic from pilgrimages to the economic investment
and based on family-based migration networks, religious and / or

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