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After the emergency: What European migration policy will eventually look like

July 27, 2016, Matteo Garavoglia

For months, Europe has been dealing with the hectic, day-to-day struggles of managing a massive migrant crisis. While those challenges dominate in the short term, European leaders must also start thinking about medium to long-term reforms to the European Union’s asylum and migration policies.

  • Interview | BBC Radio 5

    July 23, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller

  • Interview | CSIS

    July 20, 2016, Philippe Le Corre

  • In the News

    We talk an awful lot now about our feelings of insecurity towards Russia, but I think it's a pretty obvious fact that the Kremlin is also running scared, and we really have to start to inspect why is that the case?

    July 19, 2016, Fiona Hill, Newsweek
  • In the News

    The key question is whether they can keep their cake and eat it—in other words, single market access and immigration restrictions. It would be very, very difficult for Merkel to make that kind of concession. The risk of setting a bad example that then encourages and enables the fragmenting forces in Europe is more than Merkel can responsibly incur.

    July 14, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller, AFP
  • In the News

    Beyond being surrounded by immature men who magically commit public harakiri, what May seems to share with Merkel is the caution, the general aura of biding her time. There's also a degree of seriousness about May that I think she shares with Merkel, and after the bonfire of the vanities in the Tory party, that now seems particularly appealing.

    July 14, 2016, Constanze Stelzenmüller, AFP
  • Podcast

    What Brexit means for Britain and the EU

    July 8, 2016, Fiona Hill and Fred Dews

  • Interview | Council on Foreign Relations

    July 7, 2016, Philippe Le Corre and Elizabeth C. Economy

  • Interview | NPR - WBEZ

    July 6, 2016, Philippe Le Corre

  • In the News

    For the first time, a major economy is saying: We will be better off doing things by ourselves, and making our own decisions. And that's a bit of a shock to the system.

    July 1, 2016, Homi Kharas, Deutsche Wells
  • In the News

    The U.S. now will have to reinvent its so-called "special relationship" with Britain, and, at the same time, it also will have to reinvent its relationship with the EU.

    June 28, 2016, Philippe Le Corre, Voice of America

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