Peter H. Schuck

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This year we have seen a record number of refugees trying — and too often dying — to get across Europe’s Mediterranean frontier, propelled by brutal wars, the collapse of Libya and other states, environmental disasters and grinding poverty that both cause and feed on this human misery.

The seemingly unending flow of migrants, on top of earlier flows by economic migrants desperately seeking entry to Europe’s common labor market, has thrown the Continent’s politics and policy makers into crisis, placing support systems under strain and fueling a surge in right-wing extremism.

Given Europe’s commitment to a humanitarian policy, the question is not whether to let the genuine refugees in, but where they should go.…  Seguir leyendo »