Articles on Refugee Crisis

Uncertain solidarity: Why Europe’s new migration pact could fall apart (Commentary)

Emma Kollek - 29 September 2020

The New Pact on Migration and Asylum risks shifting responsibility for hosting refugees from the geographically disadvantaged to the economically disadvantaged.

Dependent on the 'kindness of strangers’: Britain’s post-Brexit border reality (Commentary)

Nick Witney - 11 August 2020

The UK wants to “take back control” of its borders – but is now finding out the reality of what this means.

Unending lockdown: Why aiding child refugees could strengthen the European project (Commentary)

Emma Kollek - 16 July 2020

Leaving these children in dire conditions endangers European values – but politically straightforward remedies are within reach.

Politicised aid: Why Europe should sustain cross-border humanitarian assistance to northern Syria (Commentary)

Kelly Petillo & René Wildangel - 29 June 2020

European countries should work to renew the UN Security Council resolution on cross-border humanitarian access to northern Syria, lest the area slides into a deeper humanitarian crisis.

Haven and hell: How the EU should protect refugees during the covid-19 crisis (Commentary)

René Wildangel - 24 March 2020

Even as it comes under intense pressure during the current crisis, the EU should not fail the most vulnerable displaced persons.
 

Syrian voices: Where next for European policy? (Commentary)

- 11 March 2020

Seven Syrians discuss how Europe can improve its approach to Syria.

Wilful blindness: How the EU should revise its refugee deal with Turkey (Commentary)

René Wildangel - 09 March 2020

The EU needs to acknowledge that the deal with Turkey is not working as envisioned in 2016.

 

Erdogan’s refugee gambit (Commentary)

Asli Aydıntaşbaş - 06 March 2020

Ankara hopes that a new financial agreement with the European Union will promote a positive image of the economy and reverse the decline in support for the Justice and Development Party.

How a dispute over European ISIS members split a ruling coalition (Commentary)

Anthony Dworkin - 24 January 2020

Despite the many risks of inaction, European governments are reluctant to repatriate ISIS supporters due to fear of the political consequences.

A win for Orbán? Hungary and the new European Commission (Commentary)

Zsuzsanna Végh - 17 September 2019

The man nominated to encourage democratic norms among the EU’s neighbours has overseen the degradation of Hungary’s own standards. The damage could already be done.