Extraterritoriality of European borders to Turkey: an implementation perspective of counteractive strategies

  title={Extraterritoriality of European borders to Turkey: an implementation perspective of counteractive strategies},
  author={Sibel Karadağ},
  journal={Comparative Migration Studies},
  • Sibel Karadağ
  • Published 1 December 2019
  • Political Science
  • Comparative Migration Studies
This article seeks to “decolonize” the externalization project of European borders by focusing on the subjectivity of Turkey as being a long-standing candidate country, seeking to be a “regional power” in the Middle East and increasingly moving into undemocratic rule. The study suggests that externalization project of European borders does not only move outwards from the European center, and then straightforwardly get implemented by the passive “others”. The case of Turkey epitomizes that the… Expand
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