Development of a Transatlantic Agenda on Migration: Relevant Features of a Security Challenge
The analysis of a transatlantic approach to migration is relevant in many ways. First, it allows investigating a poorly debated matter in the transatlantic relation literature as well as in governance studies and comparative efforts considering EU and US systems. Second, it permits to underline the importance coordination in this matter has reached both in bilateral terms and in relations with third countries given, in particular, the linkage established between terrorism and migration. Third, it allows exploring another facet of relations with third countries, considered by the EU part and parcel of her external dimension to migration and asylum, albeit one which deeply differs from other patterns normally considered.