Should the EU outsource its immigration control to countries like Morocco, Libya or Turkey?

Yes, because it could be much cheaper for EU taxpayers.
5% (1 vote)
No, because this would take potential jobs in border security from countries like Spain, Italy or Greece.
0% (0 votes)
No, because Morocco, Libya or Turkey cannot provide the same guarantees of human right protection.
33% (7 votes)
Yes, because EU law does not apply in those countries and immigration control can be applied more forcefully and effectively.
43% (9 votes)
No, because mercenary forces can blackmail or abandon you when you most need them.
0% (0 votes)
Only with intermediate delegation to EU periphery countries so that any wrongdoing cannot be blamed on EU core countries.
0% (0 votes)
No. The EU should take care of its own immigration control in a legal and transparent way through Frontex.
19% (4 votes)
Total votes: 21
Question objectives: 
Understanding the tradeoffs between economic savings, respect for human rights and reduction of migration numbers.
Understanding the external dimension of migration policy.
Understanding the role of EU development aid in partnerships with neighbouring countries for migration control.
Understanding the economic benefits of such partnerships.
Understanding the human-rights issues involved in such partnerships.
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