For the future of Europe the issue of migrants was much more serious than any other problems the recent previous, writes a columnist of the journal American political scientist Ian Bremmer.
"currently there are two Europes. One is home To those who are committed to common political values, shared hardships and an increasingly cohesive EU. Second - For those who believe that national and European values are almost always in conflict with each other and each country should solve their problems on their own, " he writes.
even before the influx of immigrants, Europe was in a state of tension due to financial fall, and Ukraine. Now it all has increased the popularity of eurosceptics and right-wing. The chart Angela Merkel dropped to the lowest level in four years, and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who gave the instruction to build on the boundary wall of the migrants, gained many supporters.
This split is "the most dangerous challenge that EU ever met," says Bremmer, as the migrants cannot be solved through Central Bank or through cash infusions. Refugees will continue to arrive, and the European authorities will find it increasingly difficult to make sacrifices related to their welcome, writes columnist Time.