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This chapter explores the macro-level dialectic between the Malaysian state, with both Chin and Acehnese transnational actors. In academic literature, states are often depicted as being at odds with migrants, whom they perceive as being a threat to their sovereignty and territorial integrity. This chapter, through interviews, ethnographic case studies and historical analysis, tries to broaden the understanding of this dialectic, beyond the conventional antagonistic narrative. It uncovers the possible synergies that often exist between state and migrant transnational actors, which subsequently allows the latter to move ahead with their own interests and agendas.
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