Europe’s border relationships and international migration relations

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Series Details Vol.43, No.4, November 2005, p787-806
Publication Date November 2005
ISSN 0021-9886
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This article explores the impact of changed border relationships within and between EU Member States on the increasingly important external dimension of migration and asylum policy. The article distinguishes between types of borders and identifies key patterns in the post-cold war migration politics of Europe. It then links these to new forms of international migration relations between EU states and their neighbours.

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