The Canary Islands are part of the irregular maritime
routes for African emigration to the European mainland.
The small size of the islands, in geographic, demographic
and economic terms, poses a unique challenge
to managing the arrival of migrants, specifically
if we consider the relative unpredictability of the
phenomenon. This makes it necessary to consider certain
key elements in order to understand how irregular
maritime migrations toward the Canary Islands have
evolved in the past decade.
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