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Series editors' preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict]

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On such a basis, the present book concentrates on the ongoing (ca. 2021–2022) irregular migration crisis on the Poland–Belarus border, which is necessarily the border between the European Union (and the Schengen Area) and Belarus. The many authors in this volume – experts in their respective fields, of universities in Poland, Lithuania and Latvia – aim to better understand and critically analyse the stance of the EU and its (affected) member states on the matter as well as to draw lessons for both the present and the future. We believe this book makes an original and important contribution to migration law and practice, and we are pleased to include it in this Series.
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HRC, migration, European integration, democracy, rule of law, human rights

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MLA
Kużelewska, Elżbieta, and Dariusz Kloza. “Series Editors’ Preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict].” Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict, vol. 1, Routledge, 2024, pp. xii–xiii, doi:10.4324/9781032710754.
APA
Kużelewska, E., & Kloza, D. (2024). Series editors’ preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict]. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781032710754
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Kużelewska, Elżbieta, and Dariusz Kloza. 2024. “Series Editors’ Preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict].” Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781032710754.
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Kużelewska, Elżbieta, and Dariusz Kloza. 2024. “Series Editors’ Preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict].” Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict. London: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781032710754.
Vancouver
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Kużelewska E, Kloza D. Series editors’ preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict]. Vol. 1, Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict. London: Routledge; 2024. p. xii–xiii.
IEEE
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E. Kużelewska and D. Kloza, “Series editors’ preface [Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict],” Geopolitical and Humanitarian Aspects of the Belarus–EU Border Conflict, vol. 1. Routledge, London, pp. xii–xiii, 2024.
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