Millions of refugees from Syria and Iraq are already in camps in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon. Many of them are well educated and have skills that Europe needs (source: dpa)

Migrations of the third millennium: an opportunity for Europe

This is the first part of Geopolitical Information Service’s Third Millennium Migrations series of reports on the humanitarian, economic and immigration crisis that has made Europe, the Middle East and a large part of Africa co-actors in a geopolitical drama of major proportions. Today’s report by Prince Michael of Liechtenstein will be followed by two more, both by GIS expert Charles Millon, on October 12 and October 13.

Europe is watching with bewilderment the inflow of refugees and immigrants through its borders, and the human tragedies that inevitably accompany such treks. Just as bewildering is why Europe has been so unprepared. This migration was predictable. It has long been ob...

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 Prince Michael of Liechtenstein
The best choice by far would be to integrate the newcomers and put them to work as quickly as possible. This requires wholesale changes in Europe’s restrictive labour codes. It also means crash programmes in remedial education, languages and occupational skills must be organised
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