Camino Mortera-Martinez

Camino Mortera-Martinez

Senior research fellow (Based in Brussels)
Areas of expertise 

Free movement of persons, counter-terrorism policies, criminal law, police and judicial co-operation, migration policies, JHA's institutional structure, civil law and international private law.

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Storming the castle: Calais, or the failure of the EU’s migration policies

City A.M.
03 August 2015
The ongoing crisis in Calais is a sad reminder that the EU is still far from finding a solution to its migration problems. It also shows how deep national divides have become in Europe. France blames Italy and Greece for failing to process asylum seekers arriving on its shores, opening the doors for them to travel elsewhere.

France Culture: Bruxelles, et après ?

14 June 2015
Interview de Camino Mortera-Martinez, chercheuse au Centre for European Reform, un think tank londonien. 
Le 14 juin 1985, les accords de Schengen étaient signés par les cinq Etat membres de la Communauté économique européenne d'alors. Ils sont entrés en vigueur en 1995 et 26 Etats dont 22 membres de l'Union européenne...

Ni efecto llamada ni política común

El Pais
20 April 2015
El rifirrafe entre los países del norte y sur de Europa ha llevado a un operativo en alta mar restringido que explica el aumento de muertes.

Voting on Brexit: The EU issues shaping the UK election

EurActiv
11 March 2015
In the upcoming election campaign, the debate over the EU will be dominated by the question of an in/out referendum and the issue of immigration. EurActiv asked UK-based think tanks to analyse the policy implications of the European positions held by the main political parties.