Steve Hilton

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Refugees from various nations being escorted along a rail line near the town of Szeged, Hungary, close to the border with Serbia. Credit Attila Kisbenedek/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

Policy paralysis over the refugee crisis is convulsing Europe: Of course we want to help, but if we’re too generous, more will come.

As a former adviser to the British prime minister, David Cameron, I understand the pressure politicians face from citizens demanding controlled immigration and tightly policed borders. As the son of immigrants welcomed into Britain from Communist Hungary, I feel a strong moral instinct to extend a similar welcome to others fleeing their homelands in even worse circumstances. But still. Before condemning European politicians, aid agencies or anyone else, let’s try to cut through the complexity with some simple human truths.…  Seguir leyendo »