|More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015 - Photo courtesy: bbc.com|
A number of economists often raised doubts regarding the EU and the Euro as a single currency due to the stark diversity in the economic capacity of all the economies endorsing it. This dubiousness only got stronger as Germany and France, along with the EU Central Bank seem to have been running around like firefighters, extinguishing one crisis after another. It indeed seems like the EU still stands (although askew) due to the determination of Chancellor Angela Merkel alone.
However, it seems that certain damage has already been done as refugees continue to crowd borders, overflow camps and occupy streets of all the border nations of the European fortress. Along with the infrastructural impact, it is also beginning to impact the social fabric, with rape games like ‘Taharrush’ becoming increasingly common on the streets of Frankfurt and other European nations, which are making the citizens fear the insuring immigrants even more.
With the impending referendum in the UK regarding remaining a part of EU on the 23rd of June 2016, it is only a matter of days, before Europe once again airs another of its dramatic episodes, which promises to keep you at the edge of your seat more than the latest Game of Thrones season.