Can Europe Integrate Migrants and Refugees?

Refugees disembark from a ferry at Piraeus port, Athens, Greece, Jan. 4, 2016 (AP photo by Thanassis Stavrakis).
Refugees disembark from a ferry at Piraeus port, Athens, Greece, Jan. 4, 2016 (AP photo by Thanassis Stavrakis).
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In the latest Trend Lines podcast, WPR Editor-in-Chief Judah Grunstein and host Peter Dörrie discuss Taiwan’s presidential election, the “comfort women” agreement between Japan and South Korea, and Zimbabwe’s succession crisis. For the report, Human Rights Watch’s Judith Sunderland joins us to talk about Europe’s challenge integrating the massive influx of migrants and refugees in an increasingly hostile political and social climate. Listen:Download: MP3Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Relevant WPR articles: Outcome of Taiwan’s Election Could Help Boost Ties With Japan Japan-South Korea ‘Comfort Women’ Deal Revives U.S. Asia Pivot The Elephant in the Room: Zimbabwe’s Ongoing Succession Crisis For Europe, […]

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