Stefano M. Torelli - 11 June 2018
Far from leading to substantive reforms, Rome’s new line on immigration risks deepening the rift in the EU.
Mattia Toaldo & Luca Barana - 08 December 2016
The European Union is not helpless in the face of migration flows from sub-Saharan Africa. Here is how it can act.
Susi Dennison - 17 May 2016
The political crisis surrounding the handling of refugee inflows in the EU has now reached a stage where there is too much bad blood for a “more of the same” approach to have much hope of working.
Susi Dennison & Sebastian Dullien & Josef Janning - 28 April 2016
The EU should broaden the scope of what is expected of member states on burden sharing on refugee crisis, within more formalised, intergovernmental co-operation according to two papers from ECFR
Irene Lozano - 29 March 2016
Dissatisfaction remains to the EU-Turkey migration deal amongst Spain’s opposition
Dina Pardijs - 09 February 2016
With the future of the Dublin system up for grabs, families are still being divided by mistrustful governments
Angeliki Dimitriadi - 01 February 2016
Contradictory approaches are built into the system of Europe’s migration and asylum policies
Josef Janning - 12 January 2016
What are the elements that Europe needs to bring together to tackle the refugee crisis?
Angeliki Dimitriadi - 03 December 2015
Germany is searching for European partners to end its splendid isolation over the refugee crisis
Dina Pardijs - 25 November 2015
Divisions over Calais' irregular migrant camp, "the Jungle" reflect divisions in Europe more widely
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