Cette semaine dans le New York Times : Nordic Countries, Overwhelmed by Migrants, Retreat From Generous Traditions
RAASEPORI, Finland — Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland, countries that long set the standard for welcoming refugees from war and persecution, are rapidly rethinking their generosity as the tide of migrants to Europe strains their budgets and roils their politics.
The abrupt change in the Nordic nations is one of the most striking consequences of the surge into Europe of asylum seekers from Syria, Afghanistan, Africa and elsewhere this year. Sweden announced on Wednesday that it would temporarily reintroduce border controls, a move intended to bring order to the process of arrivals, officials said. Sweden has proportionally borne the biggest burden of the migration crisis and has been calling on its European partners for help.
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