Turculet, Georgiana and Esma Baycan
A fair cooperation scheme in a de facto uncooperative institution? The EU and the Current Refugee Crisis
The article explains the current uncooperativeness in the CEAS, both to the disadvantage of asylum-seekers as well as the Southern European States. These two shortcomings can be realistically solved if the Southern States provide an immediate permanent residency to refugees. This solution is far from ideal, but could be a short term solution until the revision of the Dublin System in 2016 establishing a ‘single refugee status valid in the entire EU’.