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The development of cooperation between the European Union and Russia on migration issues: from „the „common spaces” to the actual implementation

Author Hernández i Sagrera Raül
DOI 10.5922/2079-8555-2011-3-12
Pages 99-105
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Keywords EU-Russia relations, Justice and home Affairs, migration, Europeanisation, Common Spaces
Abstract (summary) EU-Russia cooperation has experienced problems in many areas. Nevertheless, cooperation in the field of migration proves to be successful. Through analyzing the EU-Russia migration agenda from the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (1997) to the Roadmap for the Common Space on Freedom, Security and Justice (2005), the article assesses the main results of its implementation, such as the Readmission and Visa Facilitation agreements. Moreover, it stresses the role of Russia as an agenda-setter of the EU migration agenda in the Eastern Europe.
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