Migration in the New Europe: East-West Revisited responds to demand for a study on migration and policy developments in the light of European Union enlargement. The innovative character of the book is its approach to the emerging European migration space. The editors argue that the concept of a common European migration space will replace the traditional division into East and West because of two simultaneous processes: The ongoing European Union enlargement and the creation of a common European Union immigration policy.
Ruspini, P., Gorny, A. (2004). Introduction. In P.R. A. Górny (a cura di), Migration in the New Europe: East-West Revisited (pp. 1-19). HOUNDMILLS - GBR : PALGRAVE MACMILLAN.