Abstract

Humanitarianism has partially taken over the practices of migration containment of the state. Even the aid actors advocating for a return to assistance are involved with the wider complex of transnational governance, which 'legitimates' policies of social change through universalist ideologies. The Murle people of South Sudan, normally portrayed as isolated and unchanging through time, do face war and the humanitarian action, reinventing mobility as a strategy of resistance.

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