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D’abord le soulagement : « Ouf ! » a titré laconiquement le journal allemand die Zeit. Puis le renouveau, et c’est ainsi que le New York Times a accueilli les résultats de l’élection présidentielle française concluant son article par un éclatant « Vive la… Lire la suite →

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The European Court of Justice can neither write nor adopt any new piece of European legislation because the EU respects closely the principle of separation of powers. But it does not mean the ECJ can not grant new rights to… Lire la suite →

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L’internet est un espace de liberté qu’il faut impérativement préserver, mais cette liberté est-elle absolue ? Il est difficile de l’imaginer : nous l’avons vu à propos de son rôle dans la propagation du racisme, de la xénophobie, de l’antisémitisme,… Lire la suite →

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Tackling the socio-economic reasons for departure: a prerequisite for a good Mobility Partnership African countries are among our most crucial partners to tackle this migration crisis, being both source and transit countries. They also bear significant part of the human… Lire la suite →

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The refugee crisis brought to the fore the realisation that the EU can not act alone. Arriving via Turkey, migrants first enter the EU, then cross into non-EU countries and re-enter the EU again to reach the Schengen area. Therefore,… Lire la suite →

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Migration has turned into a huge issue for the European Union and its Member States in the past decade and became a crucial consideration in EU foreign and security policy. During the last 25 years, the International Center for Migration… Lire la suite →

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