Marcello Carammia


What will the EU’s proposed “relocation key” mean for member states and refugees?

by┬áMarcello Carammia (Montesquieu Institute, The Hague), Petra Bishtawi (University of Malta), and Andrew Geddes The number of persons reaching Europe to apply for political asylum has increased in recent years to peaks close to the records registered in 1992. The humanitarian implications are now even more severe, with thousands of migrants dying in the attempt […]

Hard Evidence: which EU countries can afford to take the most refugees?

by Andrew Geddes, Marcello Carammia (University of Malta), and Petra Bishtawi (University of Malta) In its new policy on migration, the European Commission has proposed a fairer sharing of responsibility between member states for 20,000 displaced people. These people would be able to move to an EU member state without having to risk their lives […]