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Integrating Readmission Into EU External Relations

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This chapter examines some of the policies and instruments which the European Union (EU) has developed to persuade third countries to, nevertheless, conclude these agreements. In particular, it looks at the manner in which the external relations of the EU are employed to stimulate the negotiation of such agreements. An overview of the general policy guidelines relevant to the integration of the issue of readmission into the EUs external relations is first presented. This overview covers the period from the Tampere European Council until roughly January 2006. The chapter then discusses a number of specific EU policies, which provide support to third countries requested to enter into a readmission agreement with the Community. Finally, it considers the degree to which the EU is ready to take punitive measures to persuade unwilling third countries to enter into a Community readmission agreement.

Keywords: community readmission agreement; European Union (EU) policies; European Unions external relations; Tampere European Council; third countries



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