European migration policies between restrictions and few rights. The case of the Balkan route
Keywords:migration, the game, pushbacks, Balkan route, European migration policies
The rise of new migratory routes in the world has represented a response to the unsuccessful strategies adopted by States in the field of people mobility. The Balkan route, in Eastern Europe, came out from the migration crisis in 2015 and continues until today. The main goal of this note is to provide a detailed literature about the policies adopted by the States to manage migration along Balkan countries. It is also the aim of this paper to demonstrate how policies have produced changes in the route, violating the fundamental human rights and not reducing the number of people trying to cross the borders to reach Europe but rather creating categories of marginalized people in marginalized places.
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