As the migrant crisis continues, many European countries are seeking their own solutions. Many are looking to extend border checks to deter newcomers, with some even looking to make asylum seekers pay for their own accommodation. It’s all putting pressure on Europe’s decision-makers to find a fair way to share the burden, and preserve freedom of movement, a cornerstone of the European project. Günter Seufert from the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Angeliki Dimitriadi of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and Theresa Fallon, Senior Associate at the European Institute for Asian Studies discuss the future of the Schengen zone, and whether the EU is getting any closer to a united front on the migrant issue.
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