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Non-refoulement, push-backs and the EU response to irregular migration

The non-refoulement principle has become entrenched so deeply in international and constitutional law since 1953 that it has, under the unforeseen later developments, trumped more fundamental interests and brought the whole system of popular sovereignty out of balance. This article provides a good overview for those who want to find out how that happened.

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