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History Of Readmission Policies In Europe

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The heredity of the common readmission policy dates back to the nineteenth century. A birds eye view of the history of European readmission agreements shows that European States concluded numerous agreements in the period roughly from the early nineteenth century until the Second World War. This chapter highlights some of the early nineteenth and twentieth century European readmission agreements, and the particulars of the conclusion of readmission agreements in the 1950s/60s, and the 1990s. This is followed by an outline of early common readmission policy. The early common readmission policy refers to policy in the area of readmission up until the advent of European Community competence to conclude readmission agreements with third countries with the entry into of the Treaty of Amsterdam on 1 May 1999.

Keywords: early common readmission policy; European readmission agreements; nineteenth century; second world war; twentieth century



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