Today the G7 summit in Canada has officially started and it will not be a meeting like all others who have preceded it over the years. This time everything has changed, the geopolitical balances between the various powers are deeply different and the whole international community is different, the air is no longer that of … More Today begins the Canada G7
Today I want to report an interesting interview given to the broadcaster Euronews by the European Union commissioner for Migrations Dimitris Avramopoulos. We are talking about the Dublin Regulation and its possible amendments in order to cope with the current migratory emergency. Here is the link: http://www.euronews.com/2017/12/21/we-have-to-think-as-a-family—eus-migration-commissioner-reflects-on-divisions Good vision.
A few days ago in Tallinn, Estonia’s capital was held an important European summit that in the intentions should have given a clear answer to the problems that the community project is experiencing in recent times, with particular regard to immigration. On the Italian coasts every day ships laden with thousands and thousands of refugees fleeing from … More The scam of the Tallinn summit
According to the latest estimates of UNICEF, the UN organization that deals with childhood, would be at least 300000 unaccompanied minors who try the long and dangerous journey of migration to chase the vain hope of a better future. According to UNICEF managers, this estimate could only be the tip of the iceberg: once landed … More What is the end of unaccompanied minors?
Amidst the chaos in the management of the human tide of refugees with a real danger of the end of the Shengen Treaty, Britain’s possible exit from the Union and many countries which raise walls and barriers to their borders for the EU this February 2016 is just a bad time. This week in Brussels … More Brexit danger and chaos immigration: is the end of the European Union?