It has been a pivotal week for the future of Europe's response to the refugee crisis. The EU-Africa summit in Valetta placed the focus on the western Mediterranean migration route and the G20 summit in Antalya saw at least a rhetorical internationalisation of the crisis. But it was Friday 13 November's brutal terrorist attacks in Paris that have produced the greatest short term effect with many across Europe now explicitly linking migration with terrorism.
Progress made, but events are now moving faster than political decision-making
Spain is seeking to apply the lessons of its previous migration experience to the European response