Articles on Foreign policy responses to the refugee crisis

The EU’s migration policy in Africa: five ways forward (Commentary)

Mattia Toaldo & Luca Barana - 08 December 2016

The European Union is not helpless in the face of migration flows from sub-Saharan Africa. Here is how it can act.

View from Warsaw: Keeping a low profile (Commentary)

Piotr Buras - 17 March 2016

With a worsening international reputation, Poland has been strikingly quiet on the recent refugee deal

The EU Turkey deal: fair and feasible? (Commentary)

Mattia Toaldo - 16 March 2016

Potentially unrealistic vows on readmissions and relocation leave plenty of questions unanswered ahead of EU Council

View from Paris: A marginalised voice (Commentary)

Tara Varma - 16 March 2016

France remains hugely concerned by visa liberalisation on Turkey, as deal exposes Franco-German fractures

Why resettlement is the most realistic response to the refugee crisis (Commentary)

Mattia Toaldo - 17 February 2016

Creating safe routes is the best way to enforce borders: a wall without a door is unlikely to stand

Germany’s gambit: Turkey and the refugee crisis (Commentary)

Josef Janning - 28 January 2016

With domestic pressure over migration numbers growing, Angela Merkel is the EU leader most eager to engage with Turkey

Thirteen trends for 2016 (Commentary)

Mark Leonard & Jeremy Shapiro - 05 January 2016

What does the new year hold for Europe's foreign policy?

Turkey: EU partner or buffer state? (Commentary)

Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 02 December 2015

After EU-Turkey summit, Turkey finds itself closer to Europe - though not necessarily as a potential EU member

Libya's migrant-smuggling highway: Lessons for Europe (Commentary)

Mattia Toaldo - 10 November 2015

How the lessons of Libya can help European policymakers respond to the wider migration crisis.

Refugee road to nowhere: the Western Balkans (Commentary)

Vessela Tcherneva & Fredrik Wesslau - 30 October 2015

The refugee crisis is placing a huge strain on the countries of the Western Balkans – the EU cannot afford for them to break.