The EU’s External Governance of Migration
Perspectives of Justice
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This book examines migration as a key element of the EU’s foreign policy and thus a critical domain for understanding and evaluating EU external action.
It documents, explains, and assesses the implementation of EU migration policies, especially after the crisis of 2015, providing a much-needed overall evaluation and comparison in different geographic contexts. Applying a composite approach to global political justice, it affords a normative assessment of EU’s action and shows the tensions between the justice claims of the many actors involved in the EU migration system of governance.
This book will be of key interest to scholars, students and policymakers in European Union external/foreign policy, migration and refugee studies, global justice, ethics and more broadly to European studies/politics, and international relations.
Table of Contents
1. The EU’s external migration policy and Global Political Justice: The Missing Link
Michela Ceccorulli and Enrico Fassi
2. The migration dimension in EU-Libya relations: Fading Justice
Michela Ceccorulli and Arturo Varvelli
3. Building a common understanding on the management of migration: The Mobility Partnership between the EU and the Republic of Moldova
4. Closing the Door to Migrants and Refugees: Assessing Justice in the EU-Turkey Statement
5. The EU’s response to forced migration from Afghanistan: a Joint Way Forward for returns?
6. Migration, Development and the EU Trust Fund for Africa
7. Not Its Own Man: The EU, West African Migration, and the Justice Question
8. Whose protection? EU – IOM cooperation on migration control from a perspective of Justice
9. External ambition, internal tensions: The EU’s justice contribution to the Global Compact for Migration
10. EU Foreign policy and Migration: A Political and Normative assessment
Enrico Fassi and Sonia Lucarelli
Michela Ceccorulli is Senior Assistant Professor at the University of Bologna, and Adjunct Professor at the Dickinson Center for European Studies in Bologna, Italy.
Enrico Fassi is Assistant Professor at the Catholic University in Milan, Italy