A difficult convergence: Franco-German cooperation during the refugee crisis

04/07/2018 | by Claire Demesmay

Annuaire français des relations internationales 2018, volume XIX, pp. 455-467

Category: Migration

Migration and asylum policies in Europe point to a tension between the need for cooperation and the willingness to ensure national interests. Covering two distinct phases, which are articulated around Summer 2015, this article analyses how France and Germany have dealt with this tension. It examines both the bilateral dimension of their relationship and its impact in the European context, in order to define the criteria for successful Franco-German cooperation.

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