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All things to All Men - Geopolitics and Competing priorities at the EU’s External Border

Electoral demands to fight ‘illegal migration’ and cross-border crime and to respond to perceived terrorist threats have resulted in the growing politicisation of the external borders of the European Union (EU). As the EU’s approach to border management has become increasingly reactive, it is no longer suited to today’s geopolitics and lacks a clear long-term strategy. A strategy that combines border management and foreign policy is needed to create an effective and stable external border. The project considers how the EU’s border management has changed, what the wider geopolitical implications for the EU will be, and how foreign policy and border management can together best achieve the EU’s objectives.

This project is jointly undertaken by the EPC’s ‘European Migration & Diversity’ and ‘Europe in the World’ programmes. For more information, please contact Katharina Bamberg.

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Expertise:

EU migration control and border management


Policy Analyst
Expertise:
Resettlement, Refugees, Common European Asylum System (CEAS), Forced Migration
Head of Europe in the World programme and Senior Fellow
Expertise:

European foreign and security policy, strategic trends and the international order, transatlantic relations and global governance


Expertise:

European foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) and related instruments, Geopolitics of the MENA region, Political and socio-economic developments in the countries of the region and EU development policies towards the region, in particular those related to the promotion of Good governance and Rule of Law.


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