Why Securitising the Sahel Will Not Stop Migration
The geopolitical interests of EU Member States in the Sahel have long lead to interventions aimed at the securitisation of the region that can be dated back to the early postcolonial period. In the wake of recent instability, however, the recourse to such interventions has intensified.
|Publisher||FMU Policy Brief No. 02/2018|
|Topics||Migration Routes & Transport|
|Regions||Sahara and Sahel|