The following article is a comparative study on current migration at the external frontiers of countries embarked on regional integration processes. It aims to reflect on the current border reconfiguration on these processes and the inside of them. This will focus on mechanisms and integration policies that reveal the transformations of the traditional boundaries through the comparison between extraregional migration of three paradigmatic regional policies (EU: European Union, NAFTA: Treaty of MERCOSUR and of the North American free trade: common market of South America), exploring these new regional borders from the perspective of human mobility policies and national contexts in which are made.

Geographical notebooks. University of Granada

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Zampeta Papadonima, Research Chair Jean Monnet-University of Athens