Migration is a worldwide phenomenon, and there is a growing understanding in the international community that no country can manage migration through unilateral policies alone. Europe has received a significant share of the worlds migration. Currently, nearly every country in Europe is simultaneously serving as a sending, receiving, and transit country of migration. One of the enlarged EUs biggest tests in the years to come will be how it manages immigration and integration. This volume, edited by Rita Sssmuth and Werner Weidenfield, is a compilation of the most cutting-edge approaches to these issues. In this edition, published jointly in the U.S. by the Migration Policy Institute and the Bertelsmann Foundation, many of Europes top experts present analyses of the challenges and dilemmas facing policymakers.
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is commissioner of the Global Commission on International Migration. From 1988 to 1998, she was president of the German Bundestag and previously served as federal minister for family affairs, women, youth, and health. Werner Weidenfeld is director of the Center for Applied Policy Research, Munich, and editor of Internationale Politik.