How can we understand the paradox whereby migrant deaths and increased resources develop concomitantly?
The EU can and must show leadership in managing refugee movements effectively in accordance with international law.
The European Union is an obstacle to Balkan Development. The desire to get into the European Union is an even bigger obstacle.
Mass migration continues to define Europe as a system of human fluid dynamics.
Amidst a profound economic and financial crisis, Europe's leaders must not ignore the rising popularity of extreme right-wing parties and radical anti-immigrant movements, and the threat they pose to multi-culturalism.
The term “The West” obscures periodic and sharp changes in the myths and content of Western demands on Balkan, Middle Eastern, and other actors.
Reeling European governments and the Brussels bureaucracy will become even less patient than before in dealing with a region where their serial failures to enforce their myth of civic identity and multi-ethnic integration have undermined the narrative of Europe as a united, just, effective and relevant international actor.