Items where Subject is "EU policies and themes > Policies & related activities > Third Pillar/JHA/PJC > Schengen/Prum/border control/freedom to travel"
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Aliu, Armando (2013) The Theory of Interhybridity: Socio-political Dimensions and Migration Experiences of Post-communist Western Balkan States. Munich Personal RePEc Archive. pp. 1-45.
Faria, Cláudia (2003) Preventing Illegal Immigration: Reflections on Implications for an Enlarged European Union. EIPSACOPE, 2003 (1). pp. 1-5.
Marinho, Clotilde and Heinonen, Matti (1998) Dublin after Schengen: Allocating Responsibility for Examining Asylum Applications in Practice. EIPASCOPE, 1998 (3). pp. 1-12.
Silasi, Grigore and Simina, Ovidiu Laurian. (2007) Romania, A Country in Need of Workers? The Bitter Taste of “Strawberry Jam”. The Romanian Journal of European Studies, 5/6. pp. 179-205. ISSN 1583-199X
Simina, Ovidiu Laurian, ed. (2007) "Special Issue on Migration". The Romanian Journal of European Studies, 5-6, 2007. Journals > West University of Timisoara, Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence > The Romanian Journal of European Studies, 5/6 . Editura Universitatii de Vest, Timisoara.
Balzacq, Thierry and Carrera, Sergio (2005) Migration, Borders and Asylum - Trends and Vulnerabilities in EU Policy. CEPS Paperback. July 2005. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . Centre for European Policy Studies. ISBN 9290795727
Conference or Workshop Item
Bourdouvalis, Christos. (1997) "The immigration policy of three Mediterranean countries of the European Union: Success and failures". In: UNSPECIFIED, Seattle, WA. (Unpublished)
Luif, Paul. (2007) The Treaty of Prüm: A Replay of Schengen? In: UNSPECIFIED, Montreal, Canada. (Unpublished)
Maas, Willem. (2005) "Freedom of Movement within 'Fortress Europe'". In: UNSPECIFIED, Austin, Texas. (Unpublished)
Wichmann, Nicole. (2009) ‘More in than out’ – Switzerland’s Association with Schengen. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)
Wiener, Antje. (1999) “Situating Decisions: The Puzzle of the British ‘No’ to Schengen”. In: UNSPECIFIED, Pittsburgh, PA. (Unpublished)
Muth, Frauke. (2007) When Sleeping Dogs Wake Up: Norway and Justice and Home Affairs in the European Union. ZEI Discussion Paper, No. 172. [Discussion Paper]
Atger, Anais Faure. (2008) The Abolition of Internal Border Checks in an Enlarged Schengen Area: Freedom of movement or a scattered web of security checks? CEPS Challenge Paper No. 8, 20 March 2008. UNSPECIFIED.
Pascouau, Yves (2015) Schengen Anniversary - EPC Special Collection. UNSPECIFIED.
Apap, Joanna and Boratynski, Jakub and Emerson, Michael and Gromadzki, Grzegorz and Vahl, Marius and Whyte, Nicholas. (2001) Friendly Schengen Borderland Policy on the New Borders of an Enlarged EU and Its Neighbours. CEPS Policy Brief No. 7, November 2001. [Policy Paper]
Apap, Joanna and Carrera, Sergio. (2003) Maintaining Security within Borders: Towards a Permanent State of Emergency in the EU? CEPS Policy Briefs No. 41, October 2003. [Policy Paper]
Carrera, Sergio (2012) An Assessment of the Commission’s 2011 Schengen Governance Package: Preventing abuse by EU member states of freedom of movement? CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 47, 26 March 2012. [Policy Paper]
Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth and Merlino, Massimo. and Parkin, Joanna. (2011) A race against solidarity: the Schengen regime and the Franco-Italian affair. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, April 2011. [Policy Paper]
Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth. (2010) 'Joint Operation RABIT 2010' – FRONTEX Assistance to Greece’s Border with Turkey: Revealing the Deficiencies of Europe’s Dublin Asylum System. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, November 2010. [Policy Paper]
Carrera, Sergio. (2011) The EU's dialogue on migration, mobility, and security with the Southern Mediterranean: filling the gaps in the global approach to migration. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, June 2011. [Policy Paper]
Emerson, Michael (2013) The Boston Marathon and the Visa Negotiations between the EU and Russia: Time to get real and positive. CEPS Commentary, 8 May 2013. [Policy Paper]
Emerson, Michael. (2011) Britain, Ireland and Schengen: Time for a smarter bargain on visas. CEPS Policy Brief No. 249, August 2011. [Policy Paper]
Emerson, Michael. (2005) An Interim Plan for South-East Europe: Customs Union with the EU and a Regional Schengen for the Free Movement of People. CEPS Policy Briefs No. 85, 1 November 2005. [Policy Paper]
Ghimis, Andreia (2014) Immigration and free movement in an unusual electoral race: what implications for the next political cycle? EPC Policy Brief, 20 May 2014. [Policy Paper]
Guild, Elspeth and Geyer, Florian (2006) Getting local: Schengen, Prüm and the dancing procession of Echternach; Three paces forward and two back for EU police and judicial cooperation. CEPS Commentaries, 2006. [Policy Paper]
Hobbing, Peter. (2011) Customs cooperation in the area of Freedom, Security and Justice: the role of customs in the management of the EU's external border. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, 17 June 2011. [Policy Paper]
Hobbing, Peter. (2011) A farewell to open borders? The Danish approach. CEPS Paper in Liberty and Security in Europe, November 2011. [Policy Paper]
Kovács, Péter. (2002) The Schengen Challenge and Its Balkan Dimensions. CEPS Policy Brief No. 17, March 2002. [Policy Paper]
Münz, Rainer (2014) The global race for talent: Europe's migration challenge. Bruegel Policy Brief 2014/02, March 2014. [Policy Paper]
Novotná, Markéta (2014) The Schengen Governance Package-another missed opportunity?. IES Policy Brief Issue 2015/1, February 2015. [Policy Paper]
Parkin, Joanna. (2011) The Schengen Information System and the EU rule of law. INEX Policy Brief No. 13, 17 June 2011. [Policy Paper]
Parkin, Joanna. (2011) The difficult road to the Schengen Information System II: The legacy of ‘laboratories’ and the cost for fundamental rights and the rule of law. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, 4 April 2011. [Policy Paper]
Sayers, Debbie. (2011) The European Investigation Order-travelling without a 'roadmap'. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe, June 2011. [Policy Paper]
i Sagrera, Raül Hernández (2014) The Impact of Visa Liberalisation in Eastern Partnership Countries, Russia and Turkey on Trans-Border Mobility. CEPS Liberty and Security in Europe No. 63, March 2014. [Policy Paper]
Apap, Joanna and Carrera, Sergio and Kirişci, Kemal. (2004) Turkey in the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. CEPS EU-Turkey Working Papers No. 3, 1 August 2004. [Working Paper]
Apap, Joanna and Tchorbadjiyska, Angelina. (2004) What about the Neighbours? The Impact of Schengen along the EU’s External Borders. CEPS Working Documents No. 210, 1 October 2004. [Working Paper]
Bertozzi, Stefano. (2008) "Schengen: Achievements and Challenges in Managing an Area Encompassing 3.6 million km²." CEPS Working Document No. 284, February 2008. [Working Paper]
Brouwer, Evelien. (2008) The Other Side of Moon: The Schengen Information System and Human Rights: A Task for National Courts. CEPS Working Document No. 288/April 2008. [Working Paper]
Carrera, Sergio (2004) What Does Freedom of Movement Mean in an Enlarged EU? CEPS Working Documents No. 208, 1 October 2004. [Working Paper]
Dehousse, Franklin, and Sifflet, Diane. (2006) Les nouvelles perspectives de la cooperation de Schengen: le traite de Prum. = New Perspectives on Schegen Cooperation: The Treaty of Prum. Egmont European Affairs Publication, 2006. [Working Paper]
Munkoe, Malthe (2012) The 2011 Debacle over Danish Border Control: A Mismatch of Domestic and European Games. EU Diplomacy Paper 01/2012, January 2012. [Working Paper]
Pauly, Alexis. (1992) Les Accords de Schengen. = The Schengen Accords. EIPAScope 1992(2):pp. 6-7. [Working Paper]