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Szabolcs Janik

SZABOLCS JANIK is a political scientist and international economist. Following graduation from Corvinus University of Budapest (CUB), he worked as an economic analyst at the Institute for Public Policy Research under the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice. Later he performed analysis work at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Currently, he is the deputy director of the Budapest-based Migration Research Institute. He is also a PhD student at CUB’s Doctoral School of International Relations and Political Science. His fields of interest include the political and economic consequences of contemporary migration, EU migration legislation and the politics of Central Europe.

8 November 2020
"The European Commission (EC) has presented its new set of proposals to reform the European Union asylum and migration management system. The long-awaited package includes a number of EU legislative proposals, with the clear-cut intention to provide policy solutions that all member states can accept and support. Indeed, the proposals represent a step forward as compared to previous Commission plans. Still, they are expected to give rise to fierce debates between Brussels and member states around the issue of migration."

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