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    Millions on the move

    Free movement of people is central to the European project and there is little that governments can do to stop the waves of migrants

    704

    James Hampshire is Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of Sussex, and author of The Politics of Immigration: Contradictions of the Liberal State (Polity 2013)

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    Ebb and flow of Europe's human tide

    704
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    Italy's struggle to hold back the tide

    Italy's problem is a problem for all of Europe

    704

    Massimo Franco is a political columnist for Corriere della Sera

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    Is the US in decline? The debate: No

    704

    Bruce Jones is Director of the International Order and Strategy Project at the Brookings Institution, and author of Still Ours to Lead (Brookings)

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    Germany says 'Wilkommen' to outsiders

    The influx of foreign workers is not the burning issue it once was

    704Quentin Peel
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    Britain is experiencing a little turbulence

    Putting the problems of modern migration into perspective

    704

    Robert Winder is author of ‘Bloody Foreigners and former literary editor of The Independent and deputy editor of Granta

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    Don't write Libya off yet

    Branding the country a failed state is unhelpful

    704

    Magda Meliti is a researcher at St Antony’s College, Oxford

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    Hong Kong's patriotism clause

    Beijing is pursuing a high-risk strategy

    704

    Isabel Hilton is Editor of chinadialogue.net

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    Postcard from Nusaybin, Turkey

    At home in fraying borders: a settlement caught up in history's whirlwind

    704

    Diana Darke is author of My House in Damascus: An Inside View of the Syrian Revolution (Haus)

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    NATO's chance to regroup

    In a world of flashpoints and European defence cuts the alliance needs strengthening

    704 Dr Robin Niblett