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The Politics of Migration in an Integrating Europe
The politics of migration in an integrating Europe

If there are diverse responses at national level to international migration then why have EU member states ceded migration policy responsibilities to EU institutions and what effects do these competencies have on laws, institutions, policies and collective identities in the member states? These questions are at the heart of this chapter's analysis. The ceding of policy responsibilities to the EU could hinder the ability of EU member states to pursue their preferred response. Yet, since the 1980s EU co-operation and integration have intensified. This has important implications for the politics of migration and immigration ...

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