Sweden and the Iraqi immigration
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It is Waldemar Ingdahl that writes the View from the ground section Demonstrations against closing the door to Iraqis in Not another Nordic Malta- yet by Thomas Huddleston.
In the article Huddleston and Ingdahl write about the Iraqi refugees in Sweden.
While the Iraqi refugee crisis is global in scope, only 4% have sought protection in Europe, mostly in historical safe-haven Sweden. Recently Sweden called for help from the EU and tightened its asylum rules, fearful of shouldering the burden for a migration crisis on a potentially Mediterranean scale. Why should Europe’s small share be such a big deal?