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1This issue of RCCS Annual Review begins with three articles on labor relations, class recomposition and social movements in the current global context. The following three articles address international responses to major humanitarian crises, as well as processes of peacebuilding, peacekeeping and state formation, focusing on the case of Timor-Leste. The last two articles are particularly relevant in light of the current mass migration to Europe, discussing on the one hand the representation of illegal immigrants in contemporary films, and on the other the historical, social and political dimensions of the Mediterranean as a space of migration.

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« Summary », RCCS Annual Review [Online], 7 | 2015, Online since 01 October 2015, connection on 07 July 2022. URL : ; DOI :

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