Since the fall of the Iron Curtain migration has become one of the major issues facing the new Germany. More than 20 million people have settled in Germany since the Second World War, yet officially Germany continues to consider itself a “non-immigration country.” One result of this is that neither coherent policies nor clear institutional channels to deal with the different aspects of migration have been developed. This book is firstly to establishes the fundamental economic, social, and security implications of this in-migration.
About the Author
Barbara Marshall is Research Fellow and part-time Lecturer at the University of East Anglia.
Table of Contents
West Germany and Migration, 1945-1989
• The Impact of Migration in the New Germany
• The Problem of Control
• The European Dimension
• Citizenship and Immigration Law