Love across borders : passports, papers, and romance in a divided world
"Love Across Borders takes readers through contentious frontiers around the world to reveal the widespread prejudicial laws intent on dividing us. Anna Lekas Miller tells her own gripping story of meeting Salem Rizk in Istanbul, where they were reporting on the Syrian civil war. But when Turkey started cracking down on refugees, Salem, who is Syrian, wasn't allowed to stay there, nor could he safely return to Syria. In this look at the global immigration crisis, Lekas Miller interweaves love stories similar to her own with a study of the history of passports, the legacy of colonialism, and the discriminatory laws shaping how people move through the world every day"--
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