Governance of migration in the EU : home affairs or foreign policy?
Title: Governance of migration in the EU : home affairs or foreign policy?
Editor(s): KOCHAROV, Anna
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Citation: Special issue of European Journal of Migration and Law, 2013, Vol. 15, No. 3
ISSN: 1388-364X; 1571-8166
Article 79 TFEU contains competences of the European Union to regulate immigration as an integral part of the area of freedom, security and justice. Under this purely internal competence, the Union should establish a common immigration policy aimed at the efficient management of migration flows, fair treatment of third-country nationals and fight against illegal immigration. Over the past decade, the Union has adopted a number of directives under this internal competence. Yet, both prior to the introduction of an explicit Union power to regulate immigration and currently in parallel with this power, the Union and Member States implement immigration policy externally via international agreements with third states and more subtle policy tools. The purpose of this workshop is to break with the conventional understanding of immigration as an internal policy of the Union and to look at EU’s immigration policy form the outside, discussing immigration as an external, as opposed to internal, policy of the Union. The contributors test the external component of immigration as a tool in market integration, trade liberalization, development, foreign policy and promotion of mobility. The underlying assumption is that the nature of the policy, objectives, powers and instruments may differ and conflict with each other depending on whether immigration policy is shaped internally or externally. The presentations offer a multidisciplinary analysis of the role of migration governance in the EU and the role of the Union in migration governance globally.
Table of Contents:
-KOCHAROV, Anna - Governance of migration in the EU : home affairs or foreign policy?, pp. 239–243 -JACOBSSON, Johanna - Liberalisation of service mobility in the EU's international trade agreements : as external as it gets, pp. 245–261 -GARCÍA ANDRADE, Paula - The legal feasibility of the EU’s External Action on legal migration : the internal and the external intertwined, pp. 263–281 -PAPAGIANNI, Georgia - Forging an External EU Migration Policy: From Externalisation of Border Management to a Comprehensive Policy?, pp. 283–299 -KORNEEV, Oleg - EU migration governance in Central Asia : everybody’s business – nobody’s business?, pp. 301–318 -MC NAMARA, Frank - Member State responsibility for migration control within third states : externalisation revisited, pp. 319–335
This issue is the outcome of a workshop on "Governance of Migration in the EU: Home Affairs or External Policy?" organised at the European University Institute on 19 October 2012.
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