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Mark Almond

MARK ALMOND (1958). Oxford historian, he has written extensively on post-Communist crises from Bosnia to the Caucasus and comments frequently on international affairs in the British media. He is director of the new Crisis Research Institute, Oxford (CRIOx). He was involved in helping the dissident underground in the Eastern bloc before 1989.

26 June 2015
"Through the Balkans another wave of migration into the EU has been gathering pace in 2015. Hungary is the EU’s front-line state whose southern border with Serbia is the point of access to the EU’s Schengen zone for tens of thousands of migrants. The 54,000 or so who have been accepted in Hungary are at least as many per capita as Italy has received so far this year."

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