Peter Spiegel

Financial Times

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Brussels Bureau Chief for Financial Times; former senior national security correspondent for the Wall Street Journal; former Pentagon correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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Countries of Europe are desperate to end the flood of immigration from Syria and other war zones, which last year exceeded a million people.

A Migration Deal…a Compromise in Values?

Countries of Europe are desperate to end the flood of immigration from Syria and other war zones, which last year exceeded a million people.

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An emergency summit of the European Union convened in Brussels today after yesterday’s decision by their interior ministers to re-settle 120,000 refugees from Syria, Iraq and Eritrea.

Europe’s Response to the Refugee Crisis

An emergency summit of the European Union convened in Brussels today after yesterday’s decision by their interior ministers to re-settle 120,000 refugees from Syria, Iraq and Eritrea.

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“It wasn’t very long ago that the dread hovering over global financial markets was that things were getting too calm.”

Wild Swings in Global Markets Have Led to Fears of a Worldwide Slowdown

“It wasn’t very long ago that the dread hovering over global financial markets was that things were getting too calm.”

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