These days neither the public nor governments consider passports as a serious obstacle to freedom of movement.
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Speranta Dumitru, Université Paris Descartes – USPC
In the age of heavily restricted migration, passport control seems a natural prerogative of the state. The idea of abolishing passports is almost unthinkable. But in the 20th century, governments considered their “total abolition” as an important goal, and...
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