A number of recent academic publications emphasise new avenues of inquiry related to strategic (in)visibilities in EU decision making.
Frontex, a large and growing EU agency at the epicentre of the securitisation paradigm, has in recent months become embroiled in a deepening controversy over its alleged lack of transparency and accountability. The current path chosen by Frontex will eventually lead to an institutional crisis, Frontex experts Jane Kilpatrick and Mariana Gkliati argue.
Scathing report criticises Frontex for fundamental rights breaches and malpractices reducing transparency.
Resolution is European representatives’ second formal admonition against agency’s opacity within the space of a few months.