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Annika Lindberg

racial difference as something that ‘arrived’ in the Nordic countries with immigration from ‘non-Western countries’ ( Keskinen et al., 2009 ). This ‘migratisation’ of racial inequality ( Tudor, 2017: 1057 ) externalises problems of racism, and sustains the notion that immigration (rather than the differential treatment of people positioned as migrants) destabilises the egalitarianism of the welfare state

in Deportation limbo