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The Europeanisation of Migration Politics in Central and Eastern Europe
The Europeanisation of migration politics in central and Eastern Europe

Migration was central to the Cold War-ending domino effect of state collapse initiated when the East German/Hungarian border was opened. Migration has also become a key aspect of the move towards EU membership for central and eastern European countries (CEECs).1 EU accession has also become a live issue in central and eastern European politics. The romantic ‘return to Europe’ and wave of popular support for the EU that occurred in the wake of the Soviet bloc's collapse has been replaced by a more hard-headed debate about the requirements of membership and whether membership is ...

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