Jelen, Heather
May 2013
George Washington International Law Review;2013, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p383
Academic Journal
The article informs that the countries in the European Union are involved in bilateral mobility partnerships with developing countries to resolve problems associated with migration. Bilateral mobility partnerships permit countries to snip their immigration policies as per security and labor needs, foster cooperation with other countries, and abate irregular migration. It focuses on a Denmark case study to manifest how bilateral mobility partnerships improve immigration policies.


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