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Today, Alexander Betts and Paul Collier (Blavatnik School of Government) write in Euronews about Europe’s asylum and migration policies, in a week when European heads of government are meeting to discuss policy reform. In particular, Betts and Collier ask the question “Can Europe develop an asylum and migration policy that is humane, economically sound, and widely accepted?” They present an ‘alternative vision’ to the current ‘polarisation and panic’ that have become the norm, in the form of their ‘sustainable migration’ framework.

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