Migration Management in Albania Mapping and Evaluating Outside Intervention

Authors

  • Martin Geiger Dep. of Geography, University of Bonn

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v4i2.215

Keywords:

Albania, Migration, European Union, Organisations

Abstract

Unwanted migratory flows from Albania serve as a justification for external interventions aimed at regulating migration ‘from within’. Over the last years the exertions of a number of international organizations have led to a situation of deadlock. Overriding vested interests seem to block a national ownership: Albanian government is not yet empowered to assume full control over its migration policy. While remaining in anxiety for new emigration waves, the international stakeholders share a general mistrust in local institutions to regulate migration in an effective manner.

Downloads

How to Cite

Geiger, M. (2014). Migration Management in Albania Mapping and Evaluating Outside Intervention. Migration Letters, 4(2), 119–133. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v4i2.215