The European Union’s Immigration Policy: Managing Migration by Ayselin Gözde Yıldız

By Ayselin Gözde Yıldız

This ebook analyzes the externalization of the EU’s immigration and asylum practices in the direction of non-member transit international locations and the results of this strategy. chosen coverage components of externalization (border administration, visa coverage, readmission agreements and asylum coverage) are utilized to Turkey and Morocco as major migration transit nations inside of diversified institutional cooperation mechanisms: Turkey as an ecu candidate state in the EU’s growth coverage; Morocco with out club prospect in the EU’s local coverage. Yıldız applies theoretical debates and significantly compares the rhetoric in coverage papers with perform within the box. This quantity not just contributes to the difficulty of the exterior size of european immigration coverage via incorporating transit international locations into the talk, but in addition expands upon our realizing of the EU’s contested exterior governance paradigm. it is going to be of use to scholars, students, and coverage makers within the box of eu stories, migration and asylum experiences, diplomacy, and political science.

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Although the root-cause approach is highlighted in many EU documents, it often appears to reflect wishful thinking rather than action (Aubarell et al.  15).  15) also finds that repressive measures have had more resonance for European governments keen to reassure their electorates that they are resisting irregular migration, since preventive measures take a long time to achieve results that may be less tangible to citizens. Several scholars (Selm 2002; Boswell 2003; Lavenex 2006; Klaauw 2002) argue that the remote control approach towards the externalization of EU immigration and asylum policy through political and institutional factors predominates over the root cause approach.

The success of socialization depends on the density of institutional ties and contacts between the EU and third countries (Schimmelfennig et al. 2002) and also on the existence of norm entrepreneurs as important mediating factors (Börzel and Risse 2003) who can be EU officials or politicians as well as domestic societal or state actors. THEORIZING THE EXTERNAL DIMENSION OF EU’S IMMIGRATION POLICY 25 Externalization occurs as result of the indirect impact of the EU, depending on the cost–benefit calculations of external actors where the presence of the EU induces unintended or unanticipated externalities (Schimelfenning 2010).

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