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The EU Policy Response towards Refugee Crisis and Prospects for the Asylum Regime in Europe

ФИО студента: Agbas Korhan ozan

Руководитель: Irina Stanislavovna Semenenko

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences

Программа: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Оценка: 8

Год защиты: 2016

The Europe has been facing one of the largest migration inflows of recent years. In order to respond to the humanitarian crisis and asylum needs, the EU has taken several measures, and concluded a bilateral agreement with Turkey. However, both in policy formation and implementation the European values of human rights, refugee protection, democratic rule and solidarity have been challenged. Political interests of securitization of asylum policies, deterrence and strict border control characterized the asylum policies of the EU. In the lights of these policies, the EU does not only put peoples’ lives at stake but also jeopardizes its own legitimacy and thereby weakens the Union as a whole on the long run.

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