How European asylum policy altered the national public opinion and why we have to be aware of it

Migration is not a new phenomenon. It has always been a very current issue around the world. It is either voluntary, to improve one’s socio-economic status, or it could be forced migration – initiated by governments, religious/political groups, or other actors. As the migration crisis in 2015 was mainly placed in the EU, I argueContinue reading “How European asylum policy altered the national public opinion and why we have to be aware of it”

Why the European Union failed in cases of migration

In 2015, 65.3 million people were coerced to relocate to the European continent. The reasons can vary in a lot of ways: political persecution, war or poverty. But not only the cause of occurrence, but also the way of travelling and the rules for staying in Europe are different. After the peak point of theContinue reading “Why the European Union failed in cases of migration”

Why intervention in the Middle East conflict has long been superfluous

Since 10th May at least forty children died due to the riots in Gaza. More than 1000 people were injured. Up to ten thousand people were misplaced. The current situation in Sheikh Jarrah, a place in Jerusalem mostly inhabited by Arabs, and also in the Gaza Strip, receive very broad attention from media and the societyContinue reading “Why intervention in the Middle East conflict has long been superfluous”

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