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THE PHENOMENA OF MIGRATION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION POLICY
THE PHENOMENA OF MIGRATION AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE EU DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION POLICY

Author(s): Florin Gheorghe Misceac
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Published by: Editura Universitatii din Oradea
Keywords: migration; European Union; development cooperation; international migration; developing countries

Summary/Abstract: Migration is a common phenomenon globally, but the peculiarities of multi-dimensional, ethnic, cultural, social and political European Union, establish the complexity of situations arising as a result of the migration process towards common European space. The duality of the phenomenon with inter-organizational movements but also citizens came from outside the European space, especially from former colonies of the european colonial powers, creates pressure on social and political systems in some European countries and also ethnic tensions that may degenerate into unpredictable movements on medium and long term. The article is examining how the migratory phenomenon is interacting with "Development Cooperation Policy" of the European Union, specially created to support poverty reduction and economic development in partner countries and regions. First part of the research, will focus on conceptual definitions needed for a better understanding of the phenomenon and it’s contextualization to the space of analysis. Based on the existing literature and theories in the field I will analyze the cause and effects of international migration, reporting me to the existing empirical data on the investigated subject. I will explain the peculiarities of the European migration process and how the European Union may intervene via the "Development Cooperation Policy" in preventing and cancellation of the adverse effects in the community.

  • Issue Year: 3/2015
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 91-104
  • Page Count: 13