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    Migrant Crisis Deepens Europe's East-West Dividei
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    February 16, 2016 8:11 PM
    The Visegrad Group, a largely forgotten mini-bloc in Europe, is growing increasingly frustrated by what its members see as the European Union's chaotic and ineffective response to the growing migrant crisis. Luis Ramirez looks at what that means for refugees and the EU as a whole.

    Migrant Crisis Deepens Europe's East-West Divide

    Published February 16, 2016

    The Visegrad Group, a largely forgotten mini-bloc in Europe, is growing increasingly frustrated by what its members see as the European Union's chaotic and ineffective response to the growing migrant crisis. Luis Ramirez looks at what that means for refugees and the EU as a whole.


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