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Full Access Free Movement for Some: The Treatment of the Roma after the European Union’s Eastern Expansion

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Free Movement for Some: The Treatment of the Roma after the European Union’s Eastern Expansion

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Abstract Securing the free movement of people has been one of the most difficult challenges for the European Union. The migration of Roma to ‘old’ Member States has been met with hostility and deportation, sometimes voluntary, other times forced. The states that have engaged in deportation have faced minimal sanction from the European Union. This article explores the European Union’s faltering enforcement of the right to free movement. Does the right to free movement exist only for a subset of EU citizens?

Affiliations: 1: Departments of Political Science and International Studies, Allegheny College Meadville, PA USA

Abstract Securing the free movement of people has been one of the most difficult challenges for the European Union. The migration of Roma to ‘old’ Member States has been met with hostility and deportation, sometimes voluntary, other times forced. The states that have engaged in deportation have faced minimal sanction from the European Union. This article explores the European Union’s faltering enforcement of the right to free movement. Does the right to free movement exist only for a subset of EU citizens?

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2016-12-04

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