rlaw20.v022.i03.coverManagement of irregular migration is a priority at the European and national levels, particularly for countries functioning as external borders to the European Union, like Greece and Italy. The article written by Professor Anna Triandafyllidou and Dr Angeliki Dimitriadi examines the role of southern Member States of the European Union as focal points of externalised migration control but also as the ‘outposts’ where EU policies and mechanisms emerge as a response to the influx of irregular migrants.

Triandafyllidou Anna & Dimitriadi Angeliki.2013. ‘Migration Management at the Outposts of the European Union: The Case of Italy’s and Greece’s Borders‘, Griffith Law Review [22:  3]