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EDITORIAL
Exploring Marriage Migration
by Maureen Pagaduan
Guest Editor

Where are the women in marriage migration?
by Jiyoung LeeAn
Guest Editor

TALKING POINTS
Insecurity Among Mongolian Marriage Migrants
by Mijiddorj Muhksaruul

A Vietnamese Woman Tells Her Story
by Kim Na Hyun

ONE ON ONE
Leny Tolentino on Women Empowerment of Marriage Migrants in Japan
by Janice Lopez

FEATURES
Human Security and Radical Democracy: A Beginning Position on Marriage Migration
by Maureen C. Pagaduan

Globalisation and the “Hidden” Insecurity of Women Migrants
by Seiko Hanochi

Diaspora: Moving Beyond Minority Status
by Mary Lou L. Alcid

New “Citizens” and Multiculturalism in Korea
by Youngok Kim

Towards Citizenships that are Equal, Different and Plural
by Tesa de Vela

COMMUNITY AND INDEPENDENT MEDIA
The Role of Cyberspace in Marriage Migration in Asia: Claiming Spaces for Intervention
by Marion Bernadette G. Cabrera

WE'VE GOT MALE
Action Research Strategy on Marriage Migrant Human (In)security
by Mushakoji Kinhide

ISIS REVIEWS
Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA) Focuses on Marriage Migration
by Francis Daehoon Lee and Jiyoung LeeAn

 

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