Asilo e frontiere – Asylum and borders

Nicolas Arp (2021), Migration as a security issue. The EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa: Contribution to the securitization of migration in the case of Libya. AbstractTesi 

Eva Baluganti (2021), Pull-backs in the Central Mediterranean and detention in Libya: a study of the Italian – Libyan cooperation on border externalisation. Abstract e Tesi

Oiza Queens Day Obasuyi (2020) Human mobility and human rights: the international protection of migrants and refugees in the central mediterranen. AbstractTesi

Jasmine Erkan (2020) Crossing the Externalised Border: A Postcolonial Perspective on Outsourcing Asylum by Australia and the EU.

Giulia Grandin (2019) The influence of migrants’ networks on migratory movements. AbstractTesi.

Alberto Berardi (2019) The EU’s evolving conceptualisation of its power in the last institutional cycle. Abstract itaAbstract engTesi

Beatrice Chioccioli (2016), Frontex: la gestione des demandeurs d’asile par l’UE.

Angela Ciavolella (2016) Ceuta e Melilla: Europa oltre l’Europa. Genesi e destini di due enclave di frontiera. AbstractTesi 

Angelisa Corbo (2015) Il principio di non-refoulement nella giurisprudenza della Corte Europea dei Diritti dell’UomoAbstractTesi

Naja Kofoed (2015) The high seas as the sovereign frontier – Securing the border or saving the migrants? Abstract– Paper

Federica Molossi (2014) L’evoluzione del non-refoulement nel tempo. Controlli extra-territoriali e accesso alla protezione. AbstractTesi

Laura Morreale (2023) The race-migration nexus along the Global Colour Line: an empirical analysis of the European and Lebanese racialised management of migration. Abstract-Tesi