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This chapter discusses political transnationalism and other key terms and concepts such as migrants, refugees, the state and what is meant by politics – all of which are related to the subject matter of the book, namely the dialectic between the Malaysian state and the transnational politics of the Chin and Acehnese. It also provides background information on the Chin and Acehnese migrant population in Malaysia as well as an overview of the Malaysian state in terms of its history and political system.
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