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Reducing rights, reducing the length of stay, reducing the number of people. . . The triptych of measures to limit the “influx” of migrants in the process of generalisation

Reducing rights, reducing the length of stay, reducing the number of people. . . The triptych of measures to limit the “influx” of migrants in the process of generalisation

Since 1999 and the Amsterdam Treaty, European asylum and migration policies are supposed to be “common”. This means that, in principle, Member States no longer have full national sovereignty over these matters except for entry controls and the issuing of residence permits.
But for almost twenty years now, there have

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Has the European Union achieved a “control of migratory flows”?

Has the European Union achieved a “control of migratory flows”?

22 February 2018 – According to the first statistical publications of the year, 2017 would have registered a 60% decrease in irregular crossings of the EU external borders (FRONTEX) and 43% fewer asylum applications (EASO). There is no doubt that the European institutions will not fail to consider these results

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Albania, scout for the protection of South-East borders of the EU

20 February 2018 – On the occasion of a visit by the Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos to Tirana on 11 and 12 February, a draft status agreement for operational cooperation between the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (FRONTEX) and Albania, represented by its Minister

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