This text explores the evolution of the management of borders of Ceuta and Melilla with Morocco, from the entry of Spain into the European Union in 1986. Examines the progressively acrobatic profile of euroafricanos border regimes with respect to flows of people and goods. Also, argues that the administration of the frontiers between the two autonomous cities and Morocco accentuates the logical contradiction of smoothing and fortification in which the whole of the external borders of the European Union is immersed.
Documents d’anÃ lisi geogrÃ fica
Xavier Ferrer Gallardo. Autonomous University of Barcelona