Research Methods for International Relations PDF

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RESEARCH METHODSFOR INTERNATIONALRELATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTSOutlining the situation.................................................................................................................1EXPLAINING RESEARCH STUDY.............................................................................................2Rationale of this study.................................................................................................................2RESEARCH METHODOLOGY.....................................................................................................2Discussing which qualitative method to be used for this study..................................................2Discussing justification with advantages and disadvantages of each methodological decision.3Ethical consideration...................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
Research title:“ to identify the EU responses to the migrant and refugee crisis.”Outlining the situationThe irregular and unexpected flow of thousands of migrants into Europe during the year2015 and 2016. This condition has brought a transactional crisis in European union and which isnot managed till now. However, it is true that now more people are moving than before infectevery minute, 20 people gets displaced over the world and among them half were the children.According to UN, it is analysed that by the end of 2015 there are more than a million of refugeewho generally has crossed into Europe. This is situation has brought a long standing tensionbetween EU institutions and member states (Migrant crisis: EU summit divided amid migrationrow,2018). In accordance with the words of commission's Vice-president it is analysed that thisis the most complex, structural phenomena which country is going through and such issue hasmainly soured relation in 28-countries of European Union. This is the result of civil wars,environmental causes and globalisation.It is all started with the year 2013 where Europe has begun to experience mixedmigratory pressure which reach at its peak level during the year 2015. From such year it is beenanalysed that it is evolving into wide-spread refugee crisis which mainly driven conflict andpower in the Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa and South Asia. Further, in 2015, such migrationcrisis gets high on agenda of EU when country has witnessed the largest influx with more than1.5 million refugees crossing their border (Niemann and Zaun, 2018). In order to tackle suchsituation, Brussels tried with proposing various types of initiatives but such proven as highlyunsuccessful. The major cause which had been analysed with the inability of EU for actingeffectively was a lack of coherent and common migration asylum policy which is nowconsidered as national sovereignty concern. This is the biggest challenge which EU is facing uptill today and will now also not able to find solution regarding such situation.The reason which dominating their policy making is the lack of mutual solidarity in theactions of member of states. However, due to continuous and uncontrollable flows of migratoryit is determined that grave divisions had started to emerge between the member of states which iscreating a conflict position within EU. In regards with all this situation the most affectedcountries are Greece and Italy because of large number of refugees picked by the year 2015.Such impact has analysed in such countries because of lack of support which needed fromanother member of the states. In order to seek a solution of such crisis, EU presented mandatory1
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