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Forced Migration Management and the Right to Access to an Asylum Procedure in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: Human Rights Between Responsibility and Solidarity
At the European Union level, the management of forced migration combines elements of the policy on external-border control and instruments of the Common European Asylum System. This article aims to examine how some of the ...
Are You Syrious? Il diritto europeo delle migrazioni dopo la fine dell’emergenza alla frontiera orientale dell’Unione
By asking “Are You Syrious?”, this essay refers to the critical issues of EU migration, asylum and border law that have arisen following the closure of the Balkan route, especially in relation to the situation of Syrian ...
Governing Asylum with (or without) Solidarity? The Difficult Path of Relocation Schemes, Between Enforcement and Contestation
The progressive emergence of EU policies on migration, asylum and visa is based upon the Schengen integration process, which has conceptualized the EU’s common external border as a juxtaposition of the MS ones. Upon this ...