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A ‘Responsible EU’, Multinational Migration Control and the Case of ASEM

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Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to investigate the role of the EU in establishing a framework for multilateral migration control, and to ask to what extent the Union has acted in a ‘responsible’ manner in the context of the global migration regime — a regime that has become a hugely important building block of today’s world politics. As an empirical case study, the chapter looks at recent attempts at the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) to set up mechanisms of multinational migration control through inter-regional dialogue. The chapter thus also sheds some light on how inter-regional dialogues are assuming an increasingly important role globally, and on what the potential implications of this development might be.

Keywords

Asylum Seeker Migration Policy Transnational Crime Migration Control Subsidiarity Principle 
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