Future of the European migration system: unlikely partners?
The European Union (EU) is strongly divided on its migration system. How will tensions in Europe unfold in the coming six months and beyond? This contribution focuses on an unlikely alliance that seems to be emerging in Europe: between traditional conservative opponents of a Common European Asylum System (CEAS); and frontline states that have received migrants on their initial arrival. How will this alliance develop in the near future and what are its consequences for the EU?1
Read the full article in our dossier: 'EU's migration (mis)management?'