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Author van Munster, Rens.

Title Securitizing immigration [electronic resource] ; The politics of risk in the EU / Rens van Munster.

Published Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

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Physical description 192 p. : 5 figures.
Series Palgrave studies in international relations
Notes Ebook.
Originally published in: 2009.
Contents Introduction Immigration and the Emergence of a European Threat Environment The Maastricht Treaty: The Formalization of the Immigration/Security Nexus Amsterdam and Beyond: Immigration and the Establishment of an AFSJ Freedom, Mobility and Abjection: The Management of Immigration Risk in the AFSJ Unmaking Security, Remaking Belonging Conclusion: The EU as an Area of Security, Security and ! Security.
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Summary Securitizing Immigration deals with the growing concern for immigration as a matter of security at the EU level. It combines an analysis of the way bureaucratic and political processes have interacted in the integration process with an analysis of how these practices are located in a context shaped by the preoccupation with risk. Securitizing Immigration develops an original framework for analyzing the securitization of immigration in the EU. Focusing on bureaucratic practices and political discourses since the late 1970s, van Munster explains how immigration has become increasingly central in EU policy-making as a security issue that requires new forms of control. He also shows how securitizing immigration has had profound political implications for the EU. The EU is increasingly thought of as a place of unease where individuals are integrated through their concerns and worries about undocumented immigrants and other unwanted forms of mobility. This book critically discusses these tendencies and considers other, less exclusive forms of imagining European belonging.
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History notes RENS VAN MUNSTER is Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) and teaches security studies at the Department of Political Science, University of Southern Denmark. His research focuses on the politics of risk and the securitization of immigration in the EU. His work has been published in international peer reviewed journals, including Alternatives, European Journal of International Relations, International Relations and Security Dialogue.
Subject Regional studies -- Europe.
Political science & theory -- Europe.
EU & European institutions -- Europe.
Migration, immigration & emigration -- Europe.
Geography.
ISBN 9780230244955 : 泮25
0230244955 : 泮25