Dealing with the Influx of Mideast Refugees

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Europe is facing its biggest refugee crisis since the second world war, with a large number of refugees coming from the Middle East, particularly Syria and Afghanistan. In September, the Cipher Brief spoke with Robert McKenzie – an expert on the Middle East and North Africa and refugee issues – about Europe’s approach to the influx of Middle Eastern refugees and how it may affect stability.

The Cipher Brief: Europe is facing the biggest refugee crisis since WWII. Which countries do most refugees come from when they flee to Europe?

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