Since the ratification of the Refugee Convention in 1951, the development of international refugee law has faced many political and legal challenges and obstacles. These challenges have been particularly evident in Europe due to high migration and asylum. On the one hand, the philosophy of EU law is based on the theory of the interpretation of political will not the theory of justice. In other words, rights under the hegemony of the political will of European countries have been violated and governments have defined rights as subject to their national interests (Britain's controversial and inhumane plan in June 2020). On the other hand, the jurisprudence of the ECHR and the ECJ indicate the development of international asylum law (order of the ECHR to suspend the transfer of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda). In other words, law has taken over the politics. The purpose of this article is to identifying and examining the legal and political challenges to the development of international asylum law in Europe on the one hand and evaluating the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice in relation to the development of international asylum law on the other hand. it is concluded that despite these challenges and obstacles, the jurisprudence of the ECHR indicates the evolution of these rights. Finally, this article demonstrates that governments have an international responsibility for refugees and cannot shirk it, by providing solutions for the development of international refugee law in Europe.
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