By Dr Huub Dijstelbloem, H. Dijstelbloem, A. Meijer
Eu borders that target to regulate migration and mobility more and more depend on know-how to differentiate among electorate and aliens. This book explores new tensions in Europe among states and voters, and among politics, expertise and human rights.
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In general the Group was notable for its embrace of technology – the report advocated a speeding up and convergence in databases and for research and development activity on European-level security equipment to be made a priority (Future Group 2008). The Stockholm programme (2010–14) The Stockholm programme takes a more pragmatic approach to increased integration in the area of immigration and asylum. It draws from the work of the Future Group and makes a general push for a rationalization of policy (into an immigration code).