• Cheslava Namoniuk
Keywords: migration tide, refugees, displaced persons, political outcomes, the EU reactive policy


The scientifi c research aligns the most prevailing motives and the most probable political outcomes of the immense forced immigrants’ fl ow to the EU countries in 2015. The article is dedicated to the analysis of the EU policy towards the greatest migration crisis since the Second World War in Europe. The effect of the European Union’s weak foreign policy concerning the cessatio of the warfare in Syria and other countries of the Middle East is shown. The main reasons of Europe’s political crisis in 2015 is investigated in the publication. The scientifi c work reveals all the key issues of the EU situation rescue and brings forward the prospective ways of the European Union geopolitical strategy changes. The conclusions concerning the need for preventing the global forced migration are made in the article, as the main reasons for people’s displacement are the wars, revolutions and other events, which are followed by the political instability. The necessary recommendations towards avoiding of the EU reactive reply to the international development challenges are brought up in the research. A caution of diplomatic failure of the European Union in front of the aggressive states is made in the research.


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How to Cite
Namoniuk, C. (2017). A HIGH TIDE OF THE MIGRANTS’ FLOWS TO EUROPE: THE ROOT CAUSES AND POLITICAL EFFECTS. Scientific Notes on Ukrainian History, (37), 144-148. Retrieved from https://snouh.com/index.php/journal/article/view/166