Fortress Europe: Schengen, Ceuta and Melilla

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    Resumé

    Ceuta and Melilla are two Spanish coastal-enclaves located in Northern Africa that constitute the only territories in mainland Africa belonging to an EU member state and, as a result, the only land border between the two continents. This book aims to study the role of these enclaves as EU border lookouts, as they are on the front line of the migration route between Europe and Africa. In effect, one of the most relevant contributions that this book aims to bring is to connect the study of the border in Ceuta and Melilla with the European dimension, that is, with the European policies that affect the enclaves. For instance, this book concentrates on the impact on the enclaves of policies against illegal migration, such as Schengen, and the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). These policies together with their geographical isolation and the fences built around their border perimeters with Morocco make these enclaves interesting visual manifestations of the ‘Fortress Europe’ metaphor. This book comprehensively explores the economic, historical, European and Moroccan dimensions of these unique European Fortresses.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    Udgivelses stedCeuta
    ForlagInstituto de Estudios Ceutíes
    Udgave1st
    Antal sider227
    StatusUdgivet - 2014

    Fingeraftryk

    migration
    neighborhood policy
    European Policy
    EU member state
    Morocco
    social isolation
    metaphor
    EU
    economics

    Citer dette

    Castan Pinos, J. (2014). Fortress Europe: Schengen, Ceuta and Melilla. (1st udg.) Ceuta : Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes.
    Castan Pinos, Jaume . / Fortress Europe : Schengen, Ceuta and Melilla. 1st udg. Ceuta : Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes, 2014. 227 s.
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    Castan Pinos J. Fortress Europe: Schengen, Ceuta and Melilla. 1st udg. Ceuta : Instituto de Estudios Ceutíes, 2014. 227 s.