Wallace, Adrienne. (2001) "To circumvent or implement: Prospects for the future development of a European Union anti- race discrimination policy". In: UNSPECIFIED, Madison, Wisconsin. (Unpublished)
The following analysis focuses on the prospects for implementation of the first directive (racial and ethnic discrimination) with a particular emphasis on issues related to the legal position of third country nationals, who, although specifically addressed in the directive are at the same time subject to vague exception, conditions, and caveats ... The goal of the first section is to show how policy issues were gradually being redefined and renegotiated across borders and levels of government over a fifteen year period beginning in 1985. The goal of the second section is to employ the empirical examination of the first section to analyze the post-Amsterdam policy jam at the intersection of race, nationality, and citizenship. I'll conclude by speculating, in light of this analysis, on prospects for effective implementation of the new anti-race discrimination directive (deadline, July 2003).
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