The year 2015 will likely go down as the year of immigration in the imagination of many of the world’s people. The stark images of some 350,000 migrants (largely from North Africa and Syria) entering the countries of the European Union in the first 8 months of the year and pushing the EU nations to open their doors to people displaced by economic trials and violence in their home countries have been as disturbing as the welcome proffered by some nations such as Sweden and Germany has been inspiring—a welcome in stark contrast to the resistance from other nations such as Hungary that claim to be overwhelmed by the scale of the migration and the potential drain on resources of already-struggling economies. The images have ...

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