Last week, overwhelmed Italy threatened to shut its border. That forced a crisis meeting of European Union interior ministers to try to impose a long-promised sharing of the burden when it comes to refugees and migrants who continue to aim for Europe's shores. Two years after the deal with Turkey to close the Balkan route, what's the right response to another summer of deadly tragedy?
Produced by Daniel BARNEY, Alessandro XENOS, Christopher DAVIS.
Political Analyst, The European Post
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