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“The hegemonic powers of the EU have gone one step too far”: On governing borders and the right to move

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“The hegemonic powers of the EU have gone one step too far”: On governing borders and the right to move

Soon after the March 18 EU-Turkey deal, the first boats began returning migrants from Greece to Turkey. The previous migration and border regime run by the EU and parts of the international community had officially ceased to operate. An emerging new border regime now produces new categories of deservedness and differentiated inclusion and exclusion. Who [...]

June 8, 2016 Author: Anna Papoutsi

European migration control in the hands of lobbies

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European migration control in the hands of lobbies

The European Commission invests millions of euros from public funds in private industry to shield Europe's external borders [...]

January 30, 2014 Authors: Daniela Ortiz, Xose Quiroga

The EU does not recognise Portugal

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The EU does not recognise Portugal

It is understandable that Mrs. Merkel is not familiar with the history of the European integration ; she was living in the GDR (German Democratic Republic) and her extremism can be understood as a result of decades of frozen right-wing ideology of the eastern-European countries. But the same is unacceptable for the European Commission, who [...]

December 6, 2012 Author: O Jumento