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Strife Series on British Security Post-Brexit, Part III – Security implications of post-Brexit asylum laws

March 23, 2017

By: Felix Manig The United Kingdom has remained largely unaffected by the refugee crisis which has rocked the Middle East and much of Europe over the last few years. As the UK has one of Western Europe’s most stringent refugee policies in place already, the Guardian recently placed Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Donald … Continue reading “Strife Series on British Security Post-Brexit, Part III – Security implications of post-Brexit asylum laws”


Crossing Borders: Technology and Migration in an Interconnected World – Conference Tickets on Sale

February 25, 2017

By: Johan Lammers In times of travel bans and Brexit, as a foreign student from The Netherlands where the polls are led by a party whose official stance on immigration is literally ‘zero asylum seekers extra and no more immigrants from Islamic countries; border closed’, migration is never far from my thoughts and conversations. In this … Continue reading “Crossing Borders: Technology and Migration in an Interconnected World – Conference Tickets on Sale”


A lack of cosmopolitan substance: Considerations about the Swiss referendum to impose curbs on immigrants from the EU, a German perspective

February 15, 2014

By Sarah Katharina Kayß: Swiss voters have narrowly (50.3% voted in favour) backed a referendum proposal to bring back strict quotas on immigration from European Union countries in February 2014. Even though Switzerland is not a member of the EU, it has adopted large sections of EU policy. The decision to impose curbs on immigrants … Continue reading “A lack of cosmopolitan substance: Considerations about the Swiss referendum to impose curbs on immigrants from the EU, a German perspective”


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