Speed Bumps and Accelerators by Patryk Pawlak

Speed Bumps and Accelerators

By Patryk Pawlak

  • Publication Date: 2014-03-11
  • Genre: Social Science

Book Synopsis

This paper looks at some of the most pressing challenges to border management policies in the transatlantic area. Borders are treated as physical spaces where the link between external and internal security is most visible: whenever efforts to deal with a specific challenge by diplomatic or other means fail, the consequences will be felt on the borders. This is the case with Syria where the continued conflicts and the absence of political solution have resulted in record numbers of Syrian refugees on the EU borders. In the United States, the difficulties experienced by the government of Mexico in dealing with drug-traffickers and gangs in the north translate into problems on the U.S.-Mexico borders and within the U.S. territory itself. Finally, despite development aid provided to poorest nations, each year millions of people abandon their homes and migrate in the search of a better life. This paper looks at border management in a broader context whereby borders represent the last line of “defense” before an external issue becomes an internal problem in the transatlantic area.

Popular searches in Social Science Books : Read online Speed Bumps and Accelerators by Patryk Pawlak, Speed Bumps and Accelerators Patryk Pawlak PDF EBOOK download, Speed Bumps and Accelerators Patryk Pawlak epub iphone download, Speed Bumps and Accelerators Patryk Pawlak AUDIOBOOK play, Speed Bumps and Accelerators by Patryk Pawlak EPUB ebook reader, Speed Bumps and Accelerators book review , Download Patryk Pawlak's book MOBI, free ebook apk , Speed Bumps and Accelerators book discussion forum, Speed Bumps and Accelerators Patryk Pawlak zip rar ebook file, Social Science

Comments