Corey Robinson is a researcher working at the intersection of international political sociology, forced migration studies and critical security studies. He holds a PhD in Political Science and a Graduate Diploma in Forced Migration and Refugee Studies from York University. Corey’s research documents and analyzes the growing preoccupation with ‘managing’ the security challenges and development opportunities associated with international migration through an examination of the Canadian case in the global context. His areas of specialization include irregular migration, migrant smuggling, the politics of ‘migration management’, the relationship between migration and development, the relationship between migration and security, global migration governance and the role of intergovernmental organizations in the field of migration. His work has appeared in International Political Sociology, Security Dialogue and Millennium: Journal of International Studies.