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Illegality in action: a comparative analysis of the US' federal and the EU's evolving political systems regarding immigration policy and human rights law

@inproceedings{Abbott2013IllegalityIA,
  title={Illegality in action: a comparative analysis of the US' federal and the EU's evolving political systems regarding immigration policy and human rights law},
  author={Callum Abbott},
  year={2013}
}
  • Callum Abbott
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science
  • Unprecedented levels of migration occur due to ever-increasing globalization. Because of this, countries that once promoted welcoming immigration policies now face immense challenges to reform their immigration laws. Some of these attempts, however, appear to actively target and discriminate against ethnic minorities whilst undermining central political authority and jurisdiction over immigration policy. To better understand the issue of controversial immigration policies within the Western… CONTINUE READING

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