Securitization of the EU’s Migration Policy After 2015 European Refugee Crisis



Securitization of the EU’s Migration Policy After 2015 European Refugee Crisis
Temur, Nur Seda (Bilgin Kültür Sanat Yayınları, 2021-01-01)
Securitization of Turkey’s Border Management Projects: The Impact of the Externalization of European Border Management Policies
Alkan, Büşra Nur; Kale Lack, Başak; Department of International Relations (2022-10-17)
This thesis analyzes the contribution of the EU to the border management policies and practices of Turkey. From the lens of the securitization theory, the study questions how the EU contributes to securitizing practices by providing the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA). The thesis argues that the EU externalizes its border management policy to Turkey by stipulating its border management policy, Integrated Border Management (IBM), as a part of the accession process. Within the scope of IPA funds...
Securitizing justice as a neoliberal project in European Union since 1999
Doğan Arslan, Elif; Ertuğrul, Kürşad; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2020)
In this study, the transformation of justice, as a policy area in the EU after 1999 has been elaborated by revealing the new regime of truth established by the securitizing politics shaped by neoliberal attempts. In this regard, policy field of justice in the Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice (AFSJ) of the EU, has been selected as the scope of analysis. The analysis is based on Foucault's conceptualization of neoliberal governmentality and contemporary literature of security. Neoliberal governmentality...
Securitising Energy in Turkey and the EU Cheap Talk or New Policies
Alpan, Başak Zeynep (null; 2016-09-05)
Securitization of fake news
Ergül, Mehmet Mert; Bahçecik, Şerif Onur; Department of International Relations (2020-9)
This study argues that fake news is being transformed into a security issue. This transformation has or has the potential to have significant consequences in terms of human rights in Europe and beyond. This study also argues that perceptions of information, disinformation, news, and social media are changing in recent years, and these notions come to be widely accepted as security threats. Initially social media was perceived as a useful platform for obtaining and sharing information that helps the de...
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N. S. Temur, “Securitization of the EU’s Migration Policy After 2015 European Refugee Crisis,” Ankara, Türkiye, 2021, vol. 1, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: