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|Title:||Are You Syrious? Il diritto europeo delle migrazioni dopo la fine dell’emergenza alla frontiera orientale dell’Unione|
|Citation:||Caggiano, G. "Are You Syrious? Il diritto europeo delle migrazioni dopo la fine dell’emergenza alla frontiera orientale dell’Unione". Freedom, Security & Justice: European Legal Studies 2 (2017): 7-25|
|Abstract:||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 refugees. Difficulties in managing migratory flows threaten the future of the Union and cause strong opposition between the countries of first entry (Italy and Greece) and the countries driving the “Anti-immigration” block, such as Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary (the so-called Visegrad Group) and Austria. From this starting point, the work analyzes the most recent case law, focusing on how the Courts of Luxembourg and Strasbourg have in several occasions returned on the issues related to the “Dublin system” and how they are starting to deal with the nature and consequences of the EU-Turkey Statement of 18 March 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Freedom, Security & Justice: European Legal Studies (2017), n.2|
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