Legality, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights Reconsidered
Edited by Sergio Carrera, Juan Santos Vara and Tineke Strik
This discerning book examines the external dimension EU migration and asylum polices in times of crisis. It thoroughly assesses patterns of co-operation in EU migration management with a focus on co-operation with the global south. A key resource for academics and students focussing on EU Law and migration more specifically, this book will also appeal to policy-makers, legal practitioners and international organisation representatives alike.
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- Constitutionalising the External Dimensions of EU Migration Policies in Times of Crisis
- Chapter 1: The external dimensions of EU migration and asylum policies in times of crisis
- Chapter 2: Soft international agreements on migration cooperation with third countries: a challenge to democratic and judicial controls in the EU
- Chapter 3: EU external competences on migration: which role for mixed agreements?
- Chapter 4: Migration deals and responsibility sharing: can the two go together?
- Chapter 5: Non-refoulement at risk? Asylums disconnection mechanisms in recent EU practice
- Chapter 6: Transformation or continuity? EU external migration policy in the aftermath of the migration crisis
- Chapter 7: Hyper-legalisation and de-legalisation in the AFSJ: on contradictions in EU external migration law
- Chapter 8: The EUs readmission policy: of agreements and arrangements
- Chapter 9: The EU-Turkey deal: reversing Lisbonisation in EU migration and asylum policies
- Chapter 10: The EU-Turkey statement: legal nature and compatibility with EU institutional law
- Chapter 11: Insights from agreements on migration between the EU and Turkey
- Chapter 12: The EU-Jordan compact in a trade law context: preferential access to the EU market to Keep Refugees in the Region
- Chapter 13: Mobility partnerships: a tool for the externalisation of EU migration policy? A comparative study of Morocco and Cape Verde
- Chapter 14: Ghana and EU migration policy: studying an African response to the EUs externalisation agenda
- Chapter 15: The EU and the migration crisis: reinforcing a security-based approach to migration?
- Chapter 16: Extraterritorial immigration control, preventive justice and the rule of law in turbulent times: lessons from the anti-smuggling crusade
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