2023-3 – Migration reimagined: why states should think differently in the face of tragedy

On 14 June, off the coast of Pylos, Greece, a ship carrying 750 hopeful migrants met with disaster. The incident claimed at least 80 lives and left hundreds missing, thrusting the migration issue back into the global spotlight. The incident has sparked a range of political responses across Greece and Europe. Some advocate for tighter immigration controls, while others propose a broader regulatory scheme at the European level. But they are overlooking a crucial fact: increased state control over immigration is not a cure-all solution.




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