The migration issue is not going away, Europeans need an integrated migration policy based on a genuine sense of solidarity.
The outcome of the German capital’s election doesn’t mean the end of the Merkel era. What the result shows is the miserable quality of the established political parties.
Brussels and Ankara have a long to-do list ahead of them. But domestic politics on both sides could interfere with this schedule.
Migration offers Europeans an opportunity. But a shift of mind-set is indispensable if Europe wants to tackle this complex long-term issue.
Migration from Eastern Europe to Western EU member states is partly driven by the corruption perpetuated by political elites and local oligarchs.
Scholars from Carnegie Europe and the Carnegie Middle East Center participated in a Reddit AMA on the refugee and migrant crisis.
The refugee crisis reveals a populist and Euroskeptic turn in Poland that is shared by other countries in the European Union.
To respond to the growing threat of populism, the EU should engage citizens directly, refocus on their grievances, and promote tolerance and pluralism.
There is nothing particularly existential about the refugee crisis. The real threat to the EU remains the unreformed eurozone.
Migration has tested the EU’s moral ground to the limits. What is at stake goes to the very heart of what it means to be European: a community of shared values, moral universalism, and liberal and secular consensus.