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Changing Migration Patterns in the Mediterranean


This volume has been written by leading scholars within the New-Med Research Network with the aim to foster both the academic and the policy debate on the changing migratory scenarios in and around the Mediterranean. It looks at the evolution of human mobility towards Mediterranean Europe over the past decades and analyses the historical, demographic, social, psycho-social, economic, and political dimensions of these phenomena. The concluding chapters assess the role of the EU and advances proposals for a long-term European migration policy.

Some of the essays collected in this volume have been published in the IAI Working Papers series (April-October 2015), in the framework of the New-Med Research Network. Volume presented at the conference on "Radicalization in the Mediterranean Region: Old and New Drivers", Ankara, 14 December 2015.

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