Justice and home affairs (JHA) is one of the newer areas of EU policy, describing efforts to develop a coordinated approach to international crime and terrorism, managing immigration, and improving security and the protection of rights through police and judicial cooperation. The pressure for action grew with the final efforts to complete the single market in the late 1980s, which increased the political demand for common internal policies while managing external borders.
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