|Author (Person)||Ceccorulli, Michela|
|Series Title||European Security|
|Series Details||Vol.19, No. 3, September 2010, p491-510|
|Publication Date||September 2010|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Abstract: This article analyzes the role that fields of discourses have played in constructing migration as a security problem, with a specific focus on the development of the Eastern dimension. It does so by looking at three relations: sub-region/region; speech acts/securitization; and professionals/insecuritization. Speeches and documents testify to the security narrative and consequent security governance associated to the enlargement process and to relations with neighboring countries to the East. Moreover, an analysis of the rationale behind governmentality practices regarding migration accounts for the wide usage of technological and risk assessment tools, adding up to the security construction of migration. The overall security governance that has arisen through and out of these processes allows an evaluation of a securitized approach to migration and the impact this has on European Union objectives on that sub-region, such as stability and human rights protection.
|Subject Categories||Justice and Home Affairs, Security and Defence|
|Countries / Regions||Central Europe, Europe|