Suspending the Rule of Law for Racial Minorities in Border Management: Racial Profiling in the Western Mediterranean and the Post-Brexit Irish Border

Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Graffin, Neil (2018). Suspending the Rule of Law for Racial Minorities in Border Management: Racial Profiling in the Western Mediterranean and the Post-Brexit Irish Border. In: August Prinz von Sachsen Gessaphe, Karl; Garcia Blesa, Juan J. and Szuka, Nils eds. Legal Implications of Brexit. Hagener Rechtswissenschaftliche Schriften (2). Münster: MV-Wissenschaft, pp. 195–214.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.18445/20181026-105319-0

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Abstract

In this paper the authors explore the potential post-Brexit scenarios and their repercussions in terms of racial profiling in border control at the Irish border. For this purpose, this paper uses the comparator of another site of migration flow - that of the EU's external border in the Western Mediterranean between Spain and Morocco. It asseses how Spain, in collaboration with the EU, controls the regular border crossing of persons and considers any issues that have arisen and how these are managed. Improvements and shortcomings are studied with a view to drawing constructive lessons for further research on the Irish border.

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