Border Security Policies and Technologies in the European Union
A presentation by REY KOSLOWSKI, Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, SUNY Albany, at the conference on Security Issues and Impacts: Comparative Perspectives on Europe and Eurasia, UCLA, June 1, 2007
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Rey Koslowski is Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany, SUNY. He also holds a joint appointment on the Informatics Faculty of U. Albany's College of Computing and Information, and is Director of the Center for Policy Research Program on Border Control and Homeland Security. His primary teaching and research interests are in the field of international relations dealing with international organization, European integration, international migration, information technology, homeland security. He held Fellowships at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2003-2004), the Center of International Studies at Princeton University (1999-2000) and the Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service (1996-97). He is the author of Migrants and Citizens: Demographic Change in the European States System (2000); editor of International Migration and the Globalization of Domestic Politics (2005) and co-editor (with David Kyle) of Global Human Smuggling: Comparative Perspectives (2001). His articles have appeared in International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, The Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, The Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, The Cambridge Journal of International Studies and The Brown Journal of World Affairs.
Center for European and Eurasian Studies
Published: Thursday, June 14, 2007