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The Reasons For A Common Readmission Policy

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This chapter analyses the motivation of the Member States for pursuing a common policy on the readmission of third country nationals to third countries. It particularly determines what the Member States perceived as the added value of concluding readmission agreements with third countries at the Community level, as opposed to the national level. The chapter also determines and evaluates the objectives which the Community wishes to achieve with the common readmission policy. These objectives are related to the general expectations of readmission agreements as instruments for the return of immigrants, and as vehicles for the establishment of wider international relations and cooperation concerning migration. Finally, the chapter has made clear that the motivation underpinning the common readmission policy is directly related to the purported negotiating power of the European Community.

Keywords: common readmission policy; European community member states; international relations; readmission agreements; third country nationals



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