The fact that, for the past couple of months, the media has turned their attention to crucial elections held in several EU member states and diplomatic affairs (that between the EU’s major players: United States, Russia and the Middle East) does not mean the refugee and migrant issue is no longer among the most important of our time.
It remains a burning topic and one that is now more complicated than two years ago.
While the first ‘front’ – that of Greece and Balkans – seems to be closed and ...

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