Daily Archives: September 11, 2015

The United States Will Alleviate Europe’s Migrant Crises by Accepting Syrian Refugees

“Obama Directs Administration to Accept 10,000 Syrian Refugees,” by David E. Sanger and Gardiner Harris for the New York Times: President Obama, under increasing pressure to demonstrate that the United States is joining European nations in the effort to resettle … Continue reading

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Weather Creates More Hurdles for Refugees

“Grueling Weather and Confusion Add to Migrants’ Woes,” by Palko Karasz and Dan Bilefsky for the New York Times: Rain, misery and more confusion marked the continuing trek of migrants from Syria and other Middle Eastern nations across Europe on … Continue reading

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The Institutional Approach to Migration

“Strangers in strange lands,” from the Economist: IN 1951 a group of diplomats in Geneva committed their countries to absorbing huge numbers of refugees from a region plagued by ethnic hatred, fanatical ideologies, and seemingly interminable war: Europe. The second … Continue reading

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European Union’s Proposals to Mitigate Migration Crises

Mitigate might be an understatement considering the massive unprecedented flows that EU’s southern and eastern member nations are enduring. Nevertheless, on September 9th, 2015, the EU released its second implementation package, in which it contained one proposal entitled “Establishing provisional … Continue reading

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