The latest policy paper by our Shang-Yen Lee and Christian Kvorning Lassen focuses on the reform of Dublin IV regulation under the Common European Asylum System and its prospects after the EP elections.
Reforming Dublin IV has become politically sensitive due to the rise of anti-immigrant sentiments. However, reforming the CEAS and Dublin IV is crucial, not least due to the predicted rise of migrants and displaced people due to climate change and escalating global conflicts fueled by populists, the rise of China, and the increasingly erratic behavior of both Presidents Trump and Putin, which is predicted to lead to increased migratory pressure on Europe.
You can read the whole Policy Paper by clicking on the PDF button on the right of this article.
Expertise: Migration/European migration crisis, EU foreign policy, Scandinavian politics, populism, EU enlargement policy