Between sticks and carrots: The future of EU migration deals
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Between sticks and carrots: The future of EU migration deals

Annelies Zoomers +2
23 Jul 2018 - 11:08
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The EU aims to establish ‘deals’ with third countries: political packages which encompass clear targets and joint commitments. A ‘win-win-win’ situation is envisaged by combining different policy elements beyond migration, such as trade and development. This article aims to contribute to the debate about ‘new’ migration partnerships by looking back – what can we learn from EU-migration agreements since the 1990s – and forward – what are the challenges?

Read the full article here in our dossier: 'EU's migration (mis)management?'

Authors

Annelies Zoomers
Professor International Development Studies aan de Universiteit Utrecht
Femke van Noorloos
Assistant professor of International Development Studies at Utrecht University
Ilse van Liempt
Universitair docent Urban Geography aan de Universiteit Utrecht