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Greek – Turkish border: the death of Europe After the outbreak of the Syrian war in 2015 and the consequent refugees’ crisis it seems to be now at a standstill. The situation is not better than some years ago, when the European Union signed an agreement with Turkey in order to block the “invasion”. Actually, […]

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Introduction  On February the 2nd  2020, the harshly criticized agreement between Italy and Libya about the control and the fight against illegal immigration, human trafficking, fuel smuggling and reinforcement of border security in the Central Mediterranean has been silently and automatically renewed, with no changes, despite calls from human rights groups and NGOs to revoke […]

L’article When migrants do not arrive in Europe: The Memorandum of Understanding est apparu en premier sur Le portail de référence pour l’espace de liberté, sécurité et justice.

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In June 2018, after eight years of crisis, Greece can finally get its head out of the water and see its creditors offer more viable and realistic alternatives for a country that has seen its debt figures rise to dizzying heights. The purpose of this framework note is to provide a very brief summary of […]

L’article Did the EU abandon Greece? est apparu en premier sur Le portail de référence pour l’espace de liberté, sécurité et justice.

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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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