|Author (Person)||Balleix, Corinne|
|Publisher||Robert Schuman Foundation|
|Series Title||Policy Papers: European Issues|
|Series Details||No.434, May 2017|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
The Dublin regulation that is presently being re-drafted aims to protect the area of free movement rather than share the burden of asylum seekers between Member States. The migratory crisis of 2015 demonstrated that this system could endanger the Schengen Area, kindling a confidence crisis between Member States and forcing the EU into uncertain cooperation agreements with third countries that threatened its values. Although greater border control seems vital right now, this does not mean that the issue of making a qualitative leap forward in terms of European migratory solidarity can be avoided.
|Subject Categories||Internal Markets, Justice and Home Affairs|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|