June 16, 2011

The Huddled Masses at Europe's Doors

Financial Times, Financial Times

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The arrival of thousands upon thousands of refugees in the European Union’s southern border-states presents the bloc’s leaders with hard but not impossible choices. Since 2008 the EU has grasped that effective management of immigration flows demands a sophisticated mix of approaches. These start with tighter  Read Full Article ››


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