The calm of everyday life in Western Europe has been repeatedly shattered by high-profile terror attacks in recent weeks. Especially alarming are the recent ones in Germany. In a week, three attacks were carried out by refugees, and one by a second-generation Iranian migrant. The recent violence highlights a major dilemma regarding the refugee issue, not just for the German government, but Europe as well. Should the blame be squarely on German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy? We speak with Yang Mingjie from the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, Timo Lochocki from the German Marshall Fund and Max Abrahms, from Northeastern University to discuss this uptick in violence, and what the whole of Europe can do about the refugee crisis.
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