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Europe’s colonial embrace
Nadine El-Enany

effect to the provision on carrier sanctions in the Schengen Implementing Convention.187 It has chosen to participate in all readmission agreements concluded with non-EU states. Since the 2002 Seville Council, cooperation with these countries has increased rapidly due to its prioritisation of controlling irregularised migration.188 Though not covered by the opt-out, Britain has been involved in schemes such as IMMPACT I and II with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Project MARRI (the Migration, Asylum, Refugees Regional Initiative), a part of the Stability

in (B)ordering Britain
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Legal cartographies of migration and mobility
Ayelet Shachar

stable non-EU countries to which irregular migrants can be returned, even if they merely passed through such countries en route to Europe. 139 Europe’s externalization policy creates a “ring of protection” outside the European Union. It involves a “close partnership” with non-EU states from near and far through programs such as the Neighborhood Policy, Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, the Balkan Stability Pact, the Africa–EU Partnership, the Valletta Action Plan, the Global Approach to Migration and Mobility, and so on. These policies are designed to enforce migration

in The shifting border