Anna Triandafyllidou

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    EU migration talks: What EU governments can do to help solve the crisis

EU migration talks: What EU governments can do to help solve the crisis

Anna Triandafyllidou writes on the key measures that are required to help manage the migration crisis, outlining a four-point plan. She argues that EU governments need to broaden their focus beyond the Mediterranean, recognise the mixed motivations that underpin migration, acknowledge the regional realities within individual countries, and better understand the booming smuggling business that facilitates migration routes.

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    Irregular migration in the Mediterranean: four key principles for solving the crisis

Irregular migration in the Mediterranean: four key principles for solving the crisis

With over 1,000 migrants in the Mediterranean feared dead following a series of incidents in recent weeks, EU Foreign and Interior Ministers agreed on an action plan on 20 April for addressing the crisis. Anna Triandafyllidou writes on the factors underpinning the problem and outlines four key elements that a new strategic approach should consist of: strengthening the EU’s […]

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    Irregular migration is feeding into the growth of anti-establishment politics in southern Europe

Irregular migration is feeding into the growth of anti-establishment politics in southern Europe

On 15 February the Italian coastguard launched an operation to rescue more than 2,000 migrants who were in difficulty between the island of Lampedusa and the coast of Libya. Anna Triandafyllidou writes on the pressure irregular migration is having on the countries of southern Europe. She argues that countries such as Italy and Greece are now facing a ‘triple […]

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