ARAP BAHARI SONRASI AVRUPA BİRLİĞİ’NİN GÖÇ POLİTİKALARININ KISA BİR DEĞERLENDİRMESİ

Bu çalışmada Arap Baharı sonrası artarak devam eden ve özellikle Avrupa ülkelerini hedef alan göç hareketleri ve bu hareketlerin Avrupa Birliği (AB) mülteci ve göçmen politikalarını nasıl etkilediği tartışılacaktır. Bu tartışmanın odağı AB'nin insani güvenlik yaklaşımı ile Birlik sınırlarından giriş yapmaya çalışan ve 2011 yılından beri sayıları giderek artan kaçak göçmenleri durdurmaya yönelik çabalarının çelişen yönleri olacaktır. AB'nin bu çelişkileri aşabilmek ve daha da önemlisi hem AB vatandaşlarının hem de yasal olmayan yollarla AB ülkelerine sığınmaya çabalayan göçmenlerin/mültecilerin hak ve güvenliklerini koruyabilmek için aldığı tedbirler ele alınacaktır.

AN EVALUATION OF THE EU’S MIGRATION POLICIES AFTER ARAB SPRING

This policy review article discusses the humanitarian challenges posed by Arab Spring against the EU’s migration policy. The mass movements following the uprisings throughout the Middle East and the North Africa further highlighted the need for a coherent and comprehensive migration policy for the EU. Hence, migration is at the top of the EU’s political agenda more than ever. Since 2011 the EU and member states have faced a dilemma between the security of their own citizens and the rights and security of the people who have asked for protection. In this article, the EU’s current migration policy is reviewed from a human security perspective. The question of how the EU's commitment to human rights and security was challenged by the influx of people following the Arab Spring will be attempted to answer here.

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