EU Countries in Face of the New Refugee Crisis: Controversy and Cooperation

Mu WANG

Abstract


Since 2010, the number of refugees applying for immigration to Europe has increased year by year, and reached the highest point in 2015. Europe is undergoing a new wave of immigration. Faced with the complicated situation, EU countries have caused contradictions and disputes on account of their respective interests. It is precisely because of the same difficulties that have created their alliances and collaborations. This article will start from the causes of the influx of refugees, then it will continue to compare and analyze the refugees’ situation in the major EU countries and their corresponding policies adopted. Next, it will implement an in-depth study on the EU’s “relocation plan” and “quota system” from the source to the end. Based on this analysis, we try to predict the development of the European refugee problem and explore the solutions.


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Refugee; EU; Quota; Policy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9-13

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