German Refugee crisis: Legal, Social and political, and ethical.

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This is a term paper for my legal and ethics class. attached is an outline of how the paper is to be written. I will finish up the closing portion of the paper on my own. The paper is required to be 15-20 pages in length. It is for an MBA class on business law and ethics. The legal aspect has is related to the EU laws for asylum seekers. The outline has a brief description of what each subject area should explain. There are several resources which may be used in the outline.

Running Head: GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLICTICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) 1 GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) Patrick Rogers Park University GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) 2 Introduction Currently I live in the country of Honduras and my wife lives in the country of Germany. I have been in the military for the last 15 years and have spent time in numerous countries across the Globe as well as lived in multiple states. The place I have resided the longest over this period of time has been the country of Germany. I spent 8 years there, not consecutive, over the last 15 years and have visited there annually when I was not living in Germany. My wife is German and both of my children have American and German citizenship. I find the refugee influx within the European Continent and specifically in Germany to be a very interesting subject with numerous legal, social and political, and ethical issues involved. I have seen it first hand over time and I find the subject to be personnel because it effects my family directly, both positively and negatively. Introduction My introduction will be a brief synopsis of the subject discussing the talking points of the paper. History of Refugee Crisis My first portion will explain the subject of the refugee crisis; what caused it, the influx and path of the refugees throughout the European continent and specifically Germany, and the progression over time of the refugee population with in Europe. GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) 3 Legal Issues Involved The second portion of the paper will discuss the legal issues involved with the intake of refugees and asylum seekers within the European Union and specifically Germany. Legal issues that have been created within Germany because of the arrival of the refugee population. Social and Political Issues This portion will discuss the social issues that have arisen within the social democracy of Germany and how it has affected the population in several areas. Ethical Issues This portion will discuss ethical Issues. Opinion In this portion I will reflect on my thoughts on the subject. Conclusion I will conclude the paper recapping what has been discussed in the body of the paper. GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) 4 References Cavallaro, J., & Postema, M. (2015, October 08). The Refugee Crisis in Europe and Beyond: What the Law and Ethics Demand. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from https://law.stanford.edu/2015/10/08/the-refugee-crisis-in-europe-and-beyond-what-the-law-andethics-demand/ Dragostinova, T. (2016, January 04). Refugees or Immigrants? The Migration Crisis in Europe in Historical Perspective | Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from http://origins.osu.edu/article/refugees-or-immigrants-migration-crisis-europehistorical-perspective The EU and the migration crisis. (2017, July). Retrieved June 18, 2018, from http://publications.europa.eu/webpub/com/factsheets/migration-crisis/en/ Bouboukiotis, A. (2016, November 02). Legal aspects in dealing with the migration and refugee crisis. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from https://medium.com/athenslivegr/legal-aspects-in-dealingwith-the-migration-and-refugee-crisis-8348f7b2978a Akrap, D. (2015, September 06). Germany's response to the refugee crisis is admirable. But I fear it cannot last | Doris Akrap. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/sep/06/germany-refugee-crisis-syrian GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL (OUTLINE) Trines, S. (2017, September 18). Lessons from Germany's Refugee Crisis: Integration, Costs, and Benefits. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from https://wenr.wes.org/2017/05/lessons-germanysrefugee-crisis-integration-costs-benefits Cooper, C. (2016, October 07). How the refugee crisis is shaking up Germany's politics, and its place within Europe. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from https://www.opencanada.org/features/howrefugee-crisis-shaking-germanys-politics-and-its-place-within-europe/ Kurbjuweit, D. (2016, March 08). Third Republic: Germany Enters a Dangerous New Political Era - SPIEGEL ONLINE - International. Retrieved June 18, 2018, from http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/how-the-refugee-crisis-has-change-germanpolitics-a-1081023.html 5

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Running Head: GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND
ETHICAL (OUTLINE)

GERMAN REFUGEE CRISIS: LEGAL, SOCIAL AND POLITICAL, AND ETHICAL
(OUTLINE)
Patrick Rogers
Park University

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Introduction
Refugee crisis in European country started in 2015 when large numbers of illegal
immigrants entered Europe. Most of the immigrants have been entering European nations
through the Mediterranean Sea and land routes in southeast Europe. Many of the refugees come
from outside of the European Union and are out to seek asylum due to ongoing conflicts in their
countries (Dragostinova, 2016). Most of the refugees in European countries come from North
Africa and the Middle East where there have been military conflicts and Arab revolutions
seeking regime changes in their respective countries.
Germany refugee crisis started in the summer of 2015 when the country started to receive
a large influx of refugees seeking asylum and sanctuary. Most of the refugees originate from
Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan where there have conflicts between the governments and Islamic
State militants seeking to create caliphate states governed by Sharia law. Initially Germany
welcomed most of the refugees from Iraq and Syria with the number of immigrants in the
country reaching over one million in 2016. Germany has been one the most sought destination
for immigrants and refugees in Europe. Most of the refugees took advantage of the Germany
cross laws that were less strict in preventing migrants from entering the country. Germany's
move in 2015 to take in more than one million refugees mostly from the Middle East and North
Africa won the country international applause for the government and its citizens (Dragostinova,
2016). It then started to turn out as the refugee crisis when more immigrants continued entering
Germany. As more influx of refugees continued to flow in the country, German people started
turning hostile to the refugees. Questions over the number of refugees that could be
accommodated in the country were raised by German citizens and the political elites in the

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country. By the end of 2015, the move by the German government to accommodate refugees had
turned out to be refugee crisis in the country. The move led to social, economic and political
concerns in Germany.
This paper explores the history of the refugee crisis in Europe and Germany in particular
and the effects it has on refugee-hosting nations. The paper also explores legal, political, social
and ethical issues involved in managing the refugee crisis in European nations and Germany.
Refugee crisis in Germany and the European Union has been an issue that created a serious
debate by the governments of the counties faced by the crisis. This term paper discusses the
issues raised by the refugee crisis in Germany and how the country’s government has responded
to manage and avert the situation from escalating further.
History of Refugee Crisis
The subject of refugee crisis refers to the movement of displaced people, refugees and
other migrants from one country to another. Refugees move from their country to safe
destinations with aim of seeking asylum and freeing atrocities in their home countries. Refugee
crisis can also be used to refer to problems created by refugees upon their arrival to the hosting
nation. Refugees create social, economic, political and security issues in countries hosting them.
The large influx of refugees seeking asylum in Europe has created a refugee crisis in both the
European Union and individual countries that are hoisting immigrants. The root causes of the
refugee crisis in Europe can be traced back to 2011 when the Arab uprising started sweeping
across Muslim countries in North Africa and the Middle East. The Arab uprising seeking regime
change in most countries resulted in violent confrontation between government forces and armed
rebels. Countries such as Libya and Syria were plunged into a civil war that left thousands of

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their citizens displaced. The displaced citizen freed and their countries and sought refuge in
European countries. By 2013, European countries had recorded more than 1.4 million nonEuropean Union nationals excluding refugee and asylum seekers who used legal channels to
access European countries. In 2014, more refugees from North Africa were arriving in Europe
through the Mediterranean Sea to Italy. This prompted European Union governments to cut
funding for an Italian rescue operation. In mid-2015, the number of refugees arriving in Greece
overtook those arriving in Italy and by summer of the same year, refugees and migrants started
moving Northern European nation such as Germany and Sweden through Balkan countries
routes. The number of refugees arriving in Europe kept increasing at an alarming rate until the
summer of 2015 when it was declared a crisis by European Union commission on refugees.
During this period, the European Union was struggling to cope with the crisis of refugees and
sought increase funding for border patrols in the Mediterranean. EU devised military operations
to fight smuggling of migrants into the continent. European Union countries also created a quota
system for the relocation of asylum seekers and refugees. Germany, Sweden, Austria, and
Hungary were the countries that were worst hit by the refugee crisis. The countries received over
two-thirds of European Union asylum seekers. 2015 was the year when Germany was worst hit
by refugee crisis has had to accommodate than one million refugees from North Africa and the
Middle East.
The refugee crisis in European countries such as Germany was attributed to the conflicts that
were going in Arabian countries after the 2011 Arab uprising. In countries such as Libya and
Syria, the uprising leads to civil war where government forces battled with armed rebel groups.
Several armed factions waged war with the govern...

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Awesome! Exactly what I wanted.

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