TITLE

MIGRAClóN Y SEGURIDAD EN ESPAÑA: SEGURIDAD HUMANA Y EL CONTROL DE FRONTERAS. EL CASO DE FRONTEX

AUTHOR(S)
Díaz, Gustavo; Abad, Gracia
PUB. DATE
May 2008
SOURCE
UNISCI Discussion Papers;2008, Issue 17, p135
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article tries to analyze the nature of migrations as a problem not only for traditional security, but also for human security. We will see to what extent both dimensions can be complementary, and the main responses to the problem from the countries of origin and the countries of destination, with a special focus on the contribution of borders control in general and the Frontex agency in particular.
ACCESSION #
36073070

 

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