Paul Mason for the Guardian writes:
The resulting crisis may prove too big for Europe to handle. Yes, there have been feelgood moments for anti-racists:as when thousands of German football fans raised banners welcoming the refugees. And Angela Merkel’s decision to process all Syrian asylum applications swept aside complacency. But as it unfolds, this crisis will place a severe strain on the EU’s institutions, and even concepts, for handling migration.
Full article on The Guardian