ILLEGAL MIGRATION, CAUSE OR EFFECT OF CRIMINALITY UNDER THE CONTEXT OF INFLUENCE  OVER THE CURRENT WORLD ORDER IN EUROPE Cover Image

ILLEGAL MIGRATION, CAUSE OR EFFECT OF CRIMINALITY UNDER THE CONTEXT OF INFLUENCE OVER THE CURRENT WORLD ORDER IN EUROPE
ILLEGAL MIGRATION, CAUSE OR EFFECT OF CRIMINALITY UNDER THE CONTEXT OF INFLUENCE OVER THE CURRENT WORLD ORDER IN EUROPE

Author(s): Elena-Ana Iancu, Ioana-Raluca Rusu
Subject(s): Criminology, Migration Studies
Published by: Ovidius University Press
Keywords: illegal; migration; risk; assessment;

Summary/Abstract: Through the paradigm proposed, we are trying to draw attention to the manner in which illegal migration could become a cause or an effect of crime, and the manner in which society perceives illegal migration in a “world which is moving as a result of changing power relations” will be influenced by decisions on security policy in the context of the transition of power in geopolitical, economic and military terms among the developed countries of the world. Conflict in society will arise primarily because states will not have a common view as to the criteria which should define national security, and criminal offenses, in particular, will be dealt with differently by the various states. Another element of the conflict that may arise among political actors lies in the anarchic interaction between state power and non-state entities. However, this pattern of confusion and uncertainty generates a system that is stable over a period of time in which the balance of power is maintained worldwide, because states will be more cautious in exercising their own interests through the imposition of radical measures. The assessment of the risks presented in this article will take into account the impact on European security,against the background of the outbreak of riots in Northern Africa, the Middle East and the Near East, of the crisis caused by the migration of people from these states, the unevenness of the economic development of EU Member States, but also by the interaction with Russia amid the deterioration of economic, political and military relations with this world superpower.

  • Issue Year: 14/2018
  • Issue No: 1-2
  • Page Range: 177-184
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: English