Europe’s Refugee and Migrant Crisis: Economic and Political Ambivalences
Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski and
Challenge, 2017, vol. 60, issue 3, 294-320
Few if any predicted the extent of mass migration across Europe in the wake of the Arab Spring and atrocities in Syria. As the authors point out, it is both a migrant and refugee crisis, and it tests European resolve, economic policy, and the consequences. With it has arisen a tide of right-wing populism and intense nationalism, running counter to the long constructive evolution of Europe since World War II. What to do? The authors have answers.
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