Nadia Petroni

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    Italy and Malta are not the villains of Europe’s migration crisis

Italy and Malta are not the villains of Europe’s migration crisis

Since 2018, Italy and Malta have restricted access to their ports for NGO migrant rescue vessels. Nadia Petroni writes that while both countries have faced criticism for this policy, it should be noted that since the 1990s, most EU member states have erected barriers along their borders to prevent irregular migration. There is therefore a degree of hypocrisy in […]

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    Why EU states are converging on restrictive migration policies, despite their different political traditions

Why EU states are converging on restrictive migration policies, despite their different political traditions

Differing political cultures and migration traditions among EU member states have given rise to a variety of national policy approaches toward irregular migration. Nadia Petroni explains that while in principle this diversity hinders agreement on common asylum and migration policies, EU member states are now increasingly converging toward more restrictive migration policies.

National policy approaches are deeply rooted in historical […]

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