Common EU policies on authorised immigration : past, present and future
Title: Common EU policies on authorised immigration : past, present and future
Author: MAVRODI, Georgia
Citation: London : IDEAS / London School of Economics and Political Science, 2015
Series/Number: LSE IDEAS Strategic update 15.2; [COSMOS]
External link: http://www.lse.ac.uk/IDEAS/publications/reports/pdf/Common-EU-Policies-on-Authorised-Immigration.pdf
Since the early 1990s, one metaphor has dominated the debates on the construction of a common EU immigration policy: ‘Fortress Europe’. The gradual adoption of a set of common rules on the entry, residence and rights of non-EU nationals was depicted as the building of a wall along the external borders of the EU to keep non-EU nationals away coupled with internal, legal boundaries within the welfare systems of EU member states.
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