Why Central Europe needs a unified strategy for tackling the migration crisis

Christian Kvorning Lassen co-authored an article published on LSE's European Politics and Policy blog, which focuses on the need for a Central European unified strategy for tackling the migration crisis.

Central Europe has been one of the focal points of the migration crisis, yet there have been clear disagreements between Central European countries on how the crisis should be managed. Gabi GőblChristian Kvorning LassenMarko LovecMilan Nič and Paul Schmidt write that while the route through which people entered Central Europe in 2015 has largely been closed, there is a clear need for a unified strategy to prevent divisions emerging between countries in the region.

You can read the full article on LSE EUROPP blog's website.

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Christian Kvorning Lassen
Deputy Director & Head of Research

Expertise: Migration/European migration crisis, EU foreign policy, Scandinavian politics, populism, EU enlargement policy

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