Showcasing an original, interdisciplinary approach, this text examines the effect of migration on the domestic politics of individual states and how they are eroding the distinctions between the domestic and foreign policy, the ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ components of politics and law.
During the twentieth century the context in which migrants negotiate their integration within legal, social, cultural, economic and political spaces changed significantly. Drawing upon varied perspectives from the US, UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Russia and Italy among others, this work develops a comprehensive understanding of the impact migratory networks are having on European societies. It investigates the strategies of integration or discrimination which are developed in Europe by state institutions, legal codes, political movements and even immigrant communities themselves, when confronted with the growing influence of migratory networks. The result is a highly topical exploration of the political and legal dimensions of migration in the EU, that develops new approaches to the issue of social integration and the exclusion of migrants and migrant communities.
Globalization, Migration, and the Future of Europe will be of interest to students and scholars of migration, European studies, globalization and International Law.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Islamic Migration and Anti-Terrorism Laws 1. Fight against Terror in the EU and EU Citizenship, Towards European (Dis)Integration? Tony Marguery 2. Institutionalisation of Islam in France and Germany: The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) and the German Islankonferenz Benjamin Bruce 3. Asylum, 'Terror' and the European 'Security State': The Construction of the 'Outsider' Fran Cetti Part 2: Who is an Insider and Who is an Outsider? 4. Free Movement of Persons in EU External Relations Tamara Takacs 5. Romanian Migration to Italy: Insiders and Outsiders Cara Uccellini 6. The External and Internal Dimension of the Creation of the "Fortress Europe" Leila Simona Talani Part 3: Migration and the Construction of Identity 7. Enlargement and Beyond: Moving Boundaries and (Re)Constituting Identities in Post Wall Europe Sobrina Edwards 8. European Citizenship Construction Francesca Alice Vianello 9. European Citizenship and IR: The Inclusion/Exclusion Dynamic and the Possibility for Re-Imagination Bryon Fong Part 4: European Citizenship and the Future of Europe 10. The Legal Framework on Citizenship of the European Union Henri de Waele 11. Dual Citizenship: A Review of US Law as Pertains to European and American Citizens Robert Zarnetske 12. Nationality Law, Migration and European Citizenship: The Role of Dual Nationality Constanza Margiota and Olivier Vonk 13. Where is EU Citizenship Going? Fraudulent Dr. Rottmann and the State of the Union in Europe Dimitry Kochenov 14. Conclusion Leila Simona Talani
Leila Simona Talani is an Associate Professor (Reader) in International and European Political Economy at King’s College London, UK.