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The External Face of Europeanization: Third Countries and International Organizations

  • Sandra Lavenex
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Part of the Migration, Minorities and Citizenship book series (MMC)

Abstract

‘Europeanization’ has many faces. As an analytical concept, this term has mainly been applied to study the effects of EU legislation on member states. Yet, it has also been used to describe a variety of processes of social and political change such as the reconfiguration of territorial boundaries in the process of European integration; the strengthening of EU institutions; or, as used in this chapter, as repercussions of the European integration process on the outside world, non-member states and international organizations (Olsen 2002).

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Member State Immigration Policy External Dimension Lexington Book Irregular Migration 
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