Section Introduction: Comparing and Contrasting EU Border and Migration Policy – Are They Exemplary?

  • Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly
  • Birte Wassenberg

Abstract

This special section (thanks to the Jean Monnet Network, a European Union Erasmus+ Grant) explores the impact of migration crises on European borders, internal and external, from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds. The following articles adopt comparative, historical, legal, sociological, and discursive approaches in order to confront questions arising from the 2015 Schengen and Dublin political crises, which seem to have put an end to the ideal of a “Europe without borders”. 

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Published
2020-08-21
How to Cite
Brunet-Jailly, Emmanuel, and Birte Wassenberg. 2020. “Section Introduction: Comparing and Contrasting EU Border and Migration Policy – Are They Exemplary?”. Borders in Globalization Review 1 (2). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 23-29. https://doi.org/10.18357/bigr12202019793.
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