Sep 08, 2015

Breakdown: Migrant crisis reshapes Europe politics

The number of people flooding into the continent is only a small part of the story. More worrying: old political anxieties are being rekindled. While migration won’t immediately affect economic issues like Greece’s bailout or the euro, it could jeopardise European cohesion.

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