28 February 2002
Cover story: EU-US: Creation of a Northern "axis"? EU-US to establish common area on asylum and exclusion of “inadmissibles”; exchange Europol strategic analysis and personal data; and to have mutual assistance agreement covering criminal and judicial matters
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EU-US: The creation of a Northern “axis”
Pro-Eurojust organises Amsterdam police raid
Denmark: Hard times for refugees and asylum-seekers
Spain: Migrants protests violently crushed
Italy: Quota for seasonal workers
Italy: Minister praises expulsion of “criminal” immigrants
EU-NATO: Closer cooperation stagnating
Spain: Government decriminalises avoiding conscription
Germany: Police “trawling” for suspect foreigners
Italy: SISMI informer linked to Milan bombing campaign
Italy: Right-wing bomber sentenced
UK: Police bugging privileged conversations
Germany: Secret service colluded with far-right
Norway: Racist killers jailed for murder
Italy: Rauti steps down
UK: Safraz Najeib - “Justice denied”
Spain: New intelligence agency
UK: A penal third way?
Netherlands: Prison officers do not have to guard asylum seekers
EU-US: How the northern “axis” is taking shape
EU: Concept of terrorism grows ever wider
EU: Final decision on surveillance of communications
The Netherlands after 11 September
UK: Blunkett’s security nightmare: the 2002 White Paper
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