|Author (Person)||Fragapane, Stefania, Minaldi, Giancarlo|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|
|Series Title||Journal of European Integration|
|Series Details||Volume 40, Number 7, Pages 905-921|
|Publication Date||November 2018|
|ISSN||0703-6337 (print) | 1477-2280 (online)|
|Content Type||Journal Article|
This paper analyses the connection between European migration policies and digital technologies, with a look at the significant changes that have affected the formation and meaning of borders on the continent. Particular attention is paid to the primary digital surveillance systems (SIS II, VIS, EURODAC) in Italy and Spain, importantly ‘Europe’s gatekeepers’ over the last decade.
The results of the research contradict the thesis that there is persistence non-compliance with surveillance systems in the Southern European member states, and also highlight important areas of divergence between the two countries’ migration policy pathways.
|Subject Categories||Justice and Home Affairs|
|Subject Tags||Border Control | Management, Migration | Immigration|
|Keywords||Eurodac, Schengen Information System [SIS], Visa Information System [VIS]
|Countries / Regions||Italy, Spain|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|