Borders, Security and the Common European Perspective-GovArt2024
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  • Borders, Security and the Common European Perspective. Fundamental rights, free movement and the migration crisis. EU citizens enjoy many freedoms and a high level of protection through, among other things, individual, political, economic and social rights, protection of personal data, anti-discrimination legislation. EU Member States are working to develop a coherent European migration policy that harnesses the potential of legal migration while successfully addressing the challenges of illegal immigration. Work continues to improve security through better controls at external borders, while facilitating entry into the EU for those who qualify. The process of European integration has created a new context in which the nation state has evolved into a member state and, at the same time, within this same context, the concept of national sovereignty has taken on new meaning and content.

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  • Keywords
  • Migration
  • Human Rights
  • International Relations
  • International Law
  • EU Law
  • Subject Categories
  • Social Sciences
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  • English language
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