terça-feira, 25 de agosto de 2015
"Europe’s Migration Paralysis" - Joschka Fischer
For many centuries, Europe was a continent plagued by wars, famines, and poverty. Millions of Europeans were driven to emigrate by economic and social deprivation. They sailed across the Atlantic to North and South America, and to places as far away as Australia, to escape misery and seek a better life for themselves and their children.