This week, on 18 December, the world marks the 31st International Migrants Day. Migration is one of humanity’s oldest strategies to improve people’s living conditions. In today’s world, almost four out of every hundred human beings are migrants and, in one way or another, all of us are the product of the mobility decisions of […]
The Dublin system has clearly failed, leaving most of the responsibilities for asylum to the frontline Member States of the EU.
The main antidote to illegal immigration is to restore legal migration.
For many European Union citizens in the UK there is worry about their future status.
The EU needs a humane policy on asylum and borders that can obtain majority support in elections and produce an immediate impact in the Mediterranean.
The EU have decided to outsource migration control to the various actors vying for power in war-torn Libya.