By Liza Schuster
All ecu states have the criminal correct to supply asylum yet basically Germany is obliged by way of legislation to take action. Liza Schuster contributes to the asylum debate basically within the zone of comparative politics during this examine of British and German regulations on asylum perform.
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Part of this new security agenda is concerned with issues of identity (Buzan 1991; Waever et al. 1993; Weiner and Münz 1997), especially national and ethnic identity—‘identity became a security question, it became high politics’ (Waever 1996:111). The identity of the community is endangered by the arrival of large numbers of ‘others’, with alien customs, habits and languages. The indigenous culture will be diluted or changed by the newcomers in ways that the indigenous population will not be able to control.
The Use and Abuse of Political Asylum in Britain and Germany by Liza Schuster