À lire : Migration flows and the reintroduction of internal border controls: assessing necessity and proportionality
The current arrival of large numbers of refugees and migrants to Europe is an important test of European states’ capability to cooperate and to apply shared rules of asylum and migration law based on the principles of solidarity and mutual trust. ‘Dublin’ and ‘Schengen’ are two important mechanisms of this cooperation which seem no longer self-evident. Since September 2015, EU Member States including Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Austria and the Netherlands reintroduced or reinforced border controls at the internal borders of the Schengen area.
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