20 years anniversary of the Tampere Programme : Europeanisation dynamics of the EU area of freedom, security and justice
CARRERA, Sergio; CURTIN, Deirdre; GEDDES, Andrew (editor/s)
Florence : European University Institute, 2020
CARRERA, Sergio, CURTIN, Deirdre, GEDDES, Andrew (editor/s), 20 years anniversary of the Tampere Programme : Europeanisation dynamics of the EU area of freedom, security and justice, Florence : European University Institute, 2020 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66986
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This Book examines and takes stock of the main policy and legislative developments during the last 20 years of European Union cooperation on Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ) policies. The end of 2019 coincided with the anniversary of the Tampere European Council Conclusions of October 1999, which set for the first time in European integration a common policy programme on Justice and Home Affairs (The Tampere Programme). It also corresponded with the 10 year anniversary of the Lisbon Treaty which brought a majority of these policies under the Community method of cooperation and enshrined a legally binding EU Charter of Fundamental Rights. The first set of Chapters examine the main institutional and political developments (the ‘Lisbonisation’) of AFSJ policies. They study the impacts of politicization and ‘depoliticiation’ dynamics and ‘crises’ in policy-shaping and policy making in these domains. The following Chapters cover AFSJ-thematic areas, including those related to borders and asylum, regular and irregular migration, judicial cooperation in criminal matters and police cooperation. The contributors review the current facets and latest steps in each of these AFSJ domains. They critically assess the main achievements, unfinished components, as well as the new and old challenges, paying particular attention to different types of ‘Europeanization’ dynamics (narratives, actors and instruments) witnessed during the last 20 years, their novelty or continuation, and their relations to EU rule of law, democratic and fundamental rights principles.
Table of Contents:
--Preface: European Afsj. Common Values as the Gateway for Future Development p.ix Malin Brännkärr; -- Introduction: Setting the Scene, Sergio Carrera, Deirdre Curtin and Andrew Geddes; -- Part I: The Lisbonisation of EU Afsj Policies -- 1. Tampere and the Politics of Migration and Asylum in the Eu: Looking Back to Look Forwards, Andrew Geddes; -- 2. The Appeal to Tampere’s Politics of Consciousness for The Eu’s AFSJ, Dora Kostakopoulou; -- 3. The Afsj Two Decades After Tampere: Institutional Balance, Relation to Citizens and Solidarity, Jörg Monar; -- 4. Twenty Years Later: The Legacy of the Tampere Conclusions, Kimmo Nuotio; -- 5. Tampere Programme 20 Years on: Putting Eu Principles and Individuals First, Sergio Carrera; -- Part II - Borders and Asylum -- 6. The European Border and Coast Guard in the New Regulation: Towards Centralisation in Border Management, Juan Santos Vara; -- 7. Reinstatement of Internal Border Controls in the Schengen Area. Conflict, Symbolism and Institutional Dynamics, Galina Cornelisse; -- 8. Normalising 'the Hotspot Approach?' An Analysis of the Commission's Most Recent Proposals, Giuseppe Campesi; --9. EU Asylum Policies Through the Lenses of the UN Global Compact on Refugees, Sergio Carrera and Roberto Cortinovis; -- 10. Search and Rescue at Sea, Non-Governmental Organisations and the Principles of The EUs External Action, Paolo Cuttitta; -- Part III - Irregular and Regular Immigration; --11. 20 Years After Tampere’s Agenda on “Illegal Migration”: Policy Continuity in Spite of Uninteded Consequences, Virginie Guiraudon; -- 12. Micro-Harmonisation of The Fundamental Right to an Effective Judicial Remedy in the Proposed Return Directive and Beyond: a Dangerous Path?, Elise Muir and Caterina Molinari; --13. 20 Years of ‘Partnership with Countries of Origin and Transit, Michael Collyer; -- 14. Who Is a Smuggler?, Gabriella Sanchez; -- 15. Eu Legal Migration Policies Since Tampere, and Their Relationship with International Standards and the UN Global Compact for Migration, Ryszard Cholewinski ; --Part IV - Eu Criminal Justice Cooperation; -- 16. 20 Years From Tampere. The Constitutionalisation of Europe’s Area of Criminal Justice, Valsamis Mitsilegas; -- 17. European Criminal Justice – From Mutual Recognition to Coherence, Dominik Brodowski; -- 18. ‘Scenes From a Marriage’: Trust, Distrust and (Re)Assurances in the Execution of a European Arrest Warrant, Pedro Caeiro; -- 19. The Dynamic Evolution of Eu Criminal Law and Justice, Maria Bergström; --Part V - Police Cooperation; -- 20. Internal Security in the Eu and Police Cooperation: Operational Police Cooperation, Saskia Hufnagel; --21. From Tampere Over Stockholm to Luxembourg and Brussels: Where Are We Now? The Evolution of Afsj Databases – Meandering Between Security and Data Protection,Teresa Quintel; --22. Targeted Surveillance: Can Privacy and Surveillance Be Reconciled?, Edoardo Celeste and Federico Fabbrini; Contributors List.
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/66986
Full-text via DOI: 10.2870/66646
Publisher: European University Institute
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