Convergence and Mutual Recognition in European Asylum Law
It has been said that the asylum policy and the asylum procedures of Europe are undergoing a process of internationalisation.1 Aside from the jurisprudential implications of internationalisation, there are at least three practical ways in which this statement is true: First, the asylum procedures of Europe are objects of harmonisation and the geographical scope of the legal effects of decisions made within national procedures have expanded regionally and also beyond the borders of Europe.
KeywordsMember State Supra Note Asylum Seeker Mutual Recognition State Sovereignty
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