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Fictions for locking in and opening up, 2018–1346
Helen Solterer

. Figure 7.4 Georg Braun et al., Civitates Orbis Terrarvm , Cologne, 1612–18. Washington, DC, Library of Congress. www.loc.gov/item/2008627031/ (accessed February 16, 2022). The second, legal sense of the enclave developed in this region as well. It was here that Hugo Grotius, a Dutch jurist, conceived of the related notion in international law. 7 Extraterritoriality designates a legal right to

in Migrants shaping Europe, past and present