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Fortress Europe?


Fortress Europe?

Challenges and Failures of Migration and Asylum Policies

von: Annette Jünemann, Nikolas Scherer, Nicolas Fromm

55,92 €

Verlag: Vs Verlag
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 16.03.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783658170110
Sprache: englisch

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An unprecedented number of people is currently on the move seeking refuge in Europe. Large parts of European societies respond with anxiety and mistrust to the influx of people. Nationalist, anti-migrant parties from Slovakia over Germany to the UK have gained increasing support among the electorate and challenge the political mainstream. Europe is struggling how to respond. While the search for solutions is ongoing one pattern seems to be emerging: Fortress Europe is in the making. Unfortunately, few of these discussions and measures consider the structural root causes and dynamics of migration, the motives of migrants or societal challenges more thoroughly. This book seeks to address this deficit. Taking migration and asylum policies as a starting point, it analyses the various dimensions underpinning migration. In doing so, it identifies why receiving countries are in many ways part of the problem. To eschew an overtly Euro-centric perspective and stimulate a debate between science and politics, it contains contributions by academics and practitioners alike from both shores of the Mediterranean.
Migration: Legal, economic and political determinants.- EU migration policies: An ambiguous picture of “Fortress Europe”.- Germany’s integration debate: Migration as a societal challenge.
Dr. Annette Jünemann is Professor for Political Science and International Relations, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.Nicolas Fromm is political consultant and PhD candidate, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.Nikolas Scherer is political consultant and PhD candidate, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin.
An unprecedented number of people is currently on the move seeking refuge in Europe. Large parts of European societies respond with anxiety and mistrust to the influx of people. Nationalist, anti-migrant parties from Slovakia over Germany to the UK have gained increasing support among the electorate and challenge the political mainstream. Europe is struggling how to respond. While the search for solutions is ongoing one pattern seems to be emerging: Fortress Europe is in the making. Unfortunately, few of these discussions and measures consider the structural root causes and dynamics of migration, the motives of migrants or societal challenges more thoroughly. This book seeks to address this deficit. Taking migration and asylum policies as a starting point, it analyses the various dimensions underpinning migration. In doing so, it identifies why receiving countries are in many ways part of the problem. To eschew an overtly Euro-centric perspective and stimulate a debate between science and politics, it contains contributions by academics and practitioners alike from both shores of the Mediterranean.Target Groups• Researchers and students in political science, International Relations, European Studies, Area Studies focusing on migration• Policymakers on the regional, national and sub-national level• Civil society actors working in the field of migration and integration The EditorsDr. Annette Jünemann is Professor for Political Science and International Relations, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.Nicolas Fromm is political consultant and PhD candidate, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.Nikolas Scherer is political consultant and PhD candidate, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin.
Holistic approach beyond Eurocentrism and state-centrismInterdisciplinary and theory lead research articles Essays providing complex background knowledge intelligible also for non-experts
An unprecedented number of people is currently on the move seeking refuge in Europe. Large parts of European societies respond with anxiety and mistrust to the influx of people. Nationalist, anti-migrant parties from Slovakia over Germany to the UK have gained increasing support among the electorate and challenge the political mainstream. Europe is struggling how to respond. While the search for solutions is ongoing one pattern seems to be emerging: Fortress Europe is in the making. Unfortunately, few of these discussions and measures consider the structural root causes and dynamics of migration, the motives of migrants or societal challenges more thoroughly. This book seeks to address this deficit. Taking migration and asylum policies as a starting point, it analyses the various dimensions underpinning migration. In doing so, it identifies why receiving countries are in many ways part of the problem. To eschew an overtly Euro-centric perspective and stimulate a debate between science and politics, it contains contributions by academics and practitioners alike from both shores of the Mediterranean.

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