The Externalization of European Borders

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By Vasilis Papageorgiou*, Senior Researcher KEDISA

In today’s globalized world, increased mobility of people, capital and services is framed as the most positive outcome of globalization for the vast majority of citizens in the western world. On the other hand, with the flow of different mobilities through contemporary “blurred” borders, transnational threats also emerge and in turn threaten the well-being of the western world.

* This analysis is based on a paper written for the MSc Crisis and Security Management, Leiden


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