US and EU Policies in the Field of Migration Cooperation with Third Countries: A need for a change of outlook and implementation method
Title: US and EU Policies in the Field of Migration Cooperation with Third Countries: A need for a change of outlook and implementation method
Author: DE BEL-AIR, Françoise
Series/Number: EU-US Immigration Systems; 2011/17
Current world liberal economies are globalised and hence founded, theoretically at least, on the free movement of goods, capital, services and labour. Yet, market forces (the opening of borders) tend to work in the opposite direction to that of socio-political planning and control-related forces (selective closure of borders), while diverging interests also mark bilateral relations between sending and receiving states. The present paper argues for taking migration as part of the global social development process and for situating migration-related cooperation between countries at a structural, bilateral or even multilateral relations’ level.
Improving EU and US Immigration Systems' Capacity for Responding to Global Challenges: Learning from experiences
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