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01 Jun 2001

Policy Alternatives to Schengen Border Controls on the Future EU External Frontier

Proceedings of an Expert Seminar

Joanna Apap (ed.)

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Proceedings of an Expert Seminar organised by the Centre for European Policy Studies and the Batory Foundation, Warsaw, 23-24 February 2001; 34 pages

The seminar brought together 38 distinguished experts from EU countries, candidate and non-candidate countries to discuss the impact of the extension of Schengen border control regimes on EU external relations and the situation of Central and Eastern Europe and to identify alternative policy options.

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