Chapter 8: Europe in chaos: breaking down or rebuilding the walls?
The second part of the book further elaborates the considerations suggested in the first part. These elaborations expand the focus to the whole of Europe, which faces the challenges of the new millennium and particularly those abruptly aggravated by the economic crisis and migration flows. This chapter compares the radically different European reactions when migration flows were encoded into the Cold War contrasts, and when they were stemming from the destabilization of Africa and the Middle East. Exclusiveness has, then, prevailed as a political mantra.
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