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The recent flow of immigrants into Europe can be attributed to political instability in the homelands of the refugees involved. This situation is referred to as a crisis, both within the European borders and internationally. The crisis has caused complications for the European Union as a whole, which lie in the amalgamation of viewpoints on the subject within EU member states. The main point would be that the immigration crisis has opened up discourse of anti-immigration attitudes and sentiments from some EU nations, which does not harmonize well with what the European Union’s overall stance on the subject is or should be. The political make up of Europe can attribute to why the immigration subject is more complex in comparison to North America. Although, there has been rhetoric within some North American governments that support anti-immigration ideology, there are some differences from Europe that makes its case more increasingly politically delicate. This paper moves to present these differences by assessing the political distinctions between Europe and North America. Additionally, it will analyze the effect of radical-right parties in Europe and anti-immigration sentiments. It will also point to relevant similarities, such as how the discourse on the immigration subject compares in some European nations and the United States. Furthermore, it will analyze how the current state of affairs within Europe prove the subject of immigration to be increasingly intricate and complex beside North America. The EU Migrant Crisis Due to unstable conditions in the home countries of the migrants, many people have fled from their respective several regions to seek refuge in the European Union. This situation has caused for the European Union to be granted with what is often recognized as their greatest challenge since the debt crisis.” Essentially, the problem is that the European Union has to deal with a large amount of people migrating into various EU nations, and that is something that they have not had to deal with in the past. Another important point in order to paint a picture of the situation, is the coverage it has within the media. The media has had a focus on how migrants are putting themselves in danger in the process of migrating. Some people have even died in an attempt to make this journey into Europe. An unfortunate example of this was reported in The Guardian as, “two young brothers and their mother were among at least 12 Syrians heading to Greece.” The route that these people lost their lives on is one that is extremely dangerous. Geographically, they had no other choice in terms of how to get into Europe from Syria. All in all, migrants are too often putting themselves in danger during their migration travels and this proves how desperate they are in seeking asylum, consid>GET ANSWER