Migracijos proceso struktūra Europoje ir Lenkijoje ir poveikis pareigūnų rengimui
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The authors analyse the structure of immigration processes in present Europe showing a qualitative difference between incomers to the Western countries and to Poland. The previous are reached by Muslim immigrants, finding it hard to assimilate with host societies and therefore are keen to follow radical Islam and turn into terrorists. As examples of such situations the terrorists attacks in Madrid, London, and Paris are pointed. The latter is the destination mostly for immigrants from neighboring countries, especially form Ukraine – they do not pose threat to Polish security and easily accommodate to Polish culture. The other analysed aspect is the influence of the immigration crisis on functioning of the European Union – both particular countries (especially Italy) and its institutions. The controversies over European Commission’s propositions for dealing with the immigration crisis are shown, with a stress put on Central European countries.
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