By Raphael Bossong, Helena Carrapico
This edited quantity analyzes contemporary key advancements in european border administration. In gentle of the refugee crises within the Mediterranean and the responses at the a part of european member states, this quantity offers an in-depth mirrored image on eu border practices and their political, social and fiscal outcomes. impending borders as ideas in flux, the authors determine 3 major tendencies: the increase of safety applied sciences similar to the EUROSUR process, the ongoing externalization of european defense governance resembling border challenge education in 3rd states, and the unfolding dynamics of responsibility. The contributions express that inner safety cooperation in Europe is much from consolidated, given that either political oversight mechanisms and the definition of borders stay in flux. This edited quantity makes a well timed and interdisciplinary contribution to the continuing educational and political debate at the way forward for open borders and bonafide safeguard governance in Europe. It deals a precious source for students within the fields of foreign protection and migration reviews, in addition to for practitioners facing border administration mechanisms.
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On the one hand: the chaotic institutional panorama of European and national agencies and border control policies; on the other hand: the challenges rising from geography and human mobility. —and of what is (to be) used to make this outside intelligeable—the radars, the patrolling boats, the national authorities and so on. All in all, our analysis of the EUROSUR project does foster an understanding of a controlled space very similar to the one pictured by Perec in the quote at the beginning of this chapter.
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However, their role is often left on the margin of debates, as ‘incidental’ actors rather than main characters. Apart from this invisibility of the private actors, it is worth to note that the EUROSUR project explicitly foresees a key role for EU-founded research projects, which formally become an important actor of the setting (European Commission 2009: 7). The next step after the tabling of the 2011 draft regulation was to complete the legislative process through its adoption and make EUROSUR operational by 2013.