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|Title:||The challenges of irregular maritime migration|
University of Malta. Institute for European Studies
|Keywords:||Law of the sea|
Refugees -- Legal status, laws, etc.
|Publisher:||University of Malta. Institute for European Studies|
|Citation:||Mallia, P. (2013). The challenges of irregular maritime migration. Jean Monnet Occasional Papers, 4, 1-15.|
|Series/Report no.:||An evolving EU engaging a changing Mediterranean region Jean Monnet Occasional Paper;04/2013|
|Abstract:||This contribution presents migrant smuggling by sea as a multi-faceted phenomenon. It juxtaposes State rights and duties, State security interests and protection of fundamental rights. Similarly, various branches of law, sometime contradictory, regulate irregular maritime migration. In view of these considerations, the argument is made that any effort to control the situation must lie in a cooperative initiative among States which considers migrant smuggling by sea in a holistic manner.|
|Appears in Collections:||AEE - JMOP - 2013|
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