The EU migration and refugee crisis has acutely revealed the limits of the Schengen and Dublin systems as well as national reticence to build a European migration and asylum policy. If Europe is not up to the task, can international organizations...▶
Dr Sarah Wolff is a lecturer at the School of Politics and International Relations of Queen Mary University of London. She also is a Senior Research Associate Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for International Relations. She has extensive research, teaching and consultancy experience in EU public policies, Justice and Home Affairs (JHA), migration and border management policies, as well as EU-Arab Mediterranean relations. Her research interests include EU politics and policy-making, non-majoritarian agencies, Justice and Home Affairs policy (migration and border management policies), as well as EU external relations and EU development aid.