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Sanctuary cities vs. Federal State at the Trump Era. Dissident local foreign policies

Abstract : Donald Trump's accession to the White House January 2017 and his first migration policy initiatives provoked opposition from a number of American cities and states. The challenge to federal measures resulted in the revival of a "sanctuary movement" that shows a return of dissident strategies in the field of city diplomacy. The purpose of this text is to highlight the variety of registers of opposition to central state policy that draw inspiration from the spaces of politics (electoral struggles), policies (production of public policy in the fields of security and economic development), as well as polity (principles and values). These controversies raise the question of broader dynamics of power relations between the State and local authorities.
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Nicolas Maisetti. Sanctuary cities vs. Federal State at the Trump Era. Dissident local foreign policies. Métropoles, ENTPE, 2019, ⟨10.4000/metropoles.7178⟩. ⟨hal-03176877⟩

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