Mirko Forti


Mirko Forti is a post-doctoral researcher in Migration Law at the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies. His research focuses on the human rights implications and political consequences of the migration governance legal and political framework. He holds a PhD degree in International and European Law from the University of Genoa.

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Weaponisation of Migrants? Migrants as a (Political) Weapon and the EU Regulatory Response: What to Expect Now

State-sponsored mass migration can be a tremendously effective tool to destabilise a specific target country. The recent events at the Belarus-Polish border are only the most recent example of the so-called instrumentalisation of migration as an instrument of an aggressive foreign policy. The Belarus government pushed thousands of migrants from different countries, like Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, towards…

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