First, the EU component:
Hungary: Whatever political hay could be made while the refugee sun was shining, events overtook those plans and refugees are being allowed to cross the Hungarian-Austrian border. Some get to take the bus, others decided to leave the train station and just walk (a distance of about 100 miles – how many days of walking?). The Hungarian people are behaving with much more consideration than their government officials.
The business side of the issue.
Camps and numbers – ghosts of history past?
Politics! I’m not sure I agree with the first article’s title, in part because of the point of the second one. Then Anne Applebaum pretty much excoriates everyone involved in a scathing look at the overall situation. Does that pivot the discussion back to the point of the first article?
The NX part: What role should the U.S. play in the Syrian refugee crisis?
As I’ve pointed out elsewhere, the exodus of people from Africa and the Middle East towards Europe isn’t the only refugee/migrant crisis in the world. Southeast Asia has it’s own issues – rather drowned out due to the numbers and images from the Mediterranean area. How is that migrant crisis going?