The EU Migration System of Governance

A new book edited by Michela Ceccorulli, Enrico Fassi and Sonia Lucarelli collects final findings from GLOBUS migration and security researchers on country case studies, and develops a full conceptualization of the EU migration system of governance.

About the book

This book explores the norms, practices, and main actors in the EU Migration System of Governance (EUMSG). Bringing a fresh perspective to the analysis of asylum and migration in Europe, the volume unpacks the European Union’s approach to migration and points to the principles and actions of EU member states. Moreover, it explores the EUMSG’s performance through the lenses of three alternative yet coexistent understandings of justice (non-domination, impartiality, and mutual recognition), thereby overcoming a unilateral ethical viewpoint and moving away from the ‘open-closed borders’ debate

Contents

1. The EU Migration System and Global Justice: An Introduction
Lucarelli, Sonia

2. The EU’s Normative Ambivalence and the Migrant Crisis: (In) Actions of (In) Justice
Ceccorulli, Michela

3. The Immigration Policy of The United Kingdom: British Exceptionalism and the Renewed Quest for Control
Zotti, Antonio

4. Migration, Asylum Policy and Global Justice in Greece
Karamanidou, Lena

5. Italy and Migration: Justice on this Side of the Mediterranean
Ceccorulli, Michela

6. France and Migration Between Logistification and Ethical Minimalism
Grappi, Giorgio

7. Positional Insecurity and the Hungarian Migration Policy
Melegh, Attila (et al.)

8. Norway’s Approach to Migration and Asylum as a Non-EU State: Out, But Still In
Olsen, Espen D. H.

9. Germany’s ‘Atypical’ Leadership in the EU Migration System of Governance and its Normative Dimension
Zotti, Antonio

10. The EU Migration System and Global Justice: An Assessment
Fassi, Enrico (et al.)

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The EU Migration System of Governance

Michela Ceccorulli, Enrico Fassi and Sonia Lucarelli, editors

Palgrave Macmillan, 2021

Published Oct. 19, 2020 3:05 PM - Last modified Oct. 19, 2020 3:05 PM