Expelled from their home in 1946.
Otto Donath/German Federal Archives
In the years following the end of World War II, Germany took in between 12 and 14 million refugees. What lessons does this past disaster have for today's Europe?
Nobody is doing a great job, but three countries say they have no part to play in the refugee crisis.
A refugee prays in a makeshift camp.
The discourse about who is and isn't welcome is taking on a disturbing new tone.
Hear me now.
Junker reinforced his mandate to act as a guarantor of EU integration, preserve the unity of the EU and the Eurozone, and to take leadership in addressing the refugee crisis.
They can help us.
Syrian refugees have key assets and life stories that can contribute to the long, but necessary, struggle to end violence in the Middle East.
The lucky ones: bound for Germany.
Much of the conventional wisdom among academics over the last decade or so has focused on the convergent trends in European government policies toward both migrants and asylum seekers. Spurred on by European…