Do new border checks threaten Europe's free movement? Not yet.
The Christian Science Monitor
Sara Miller Llana
The decision of Germany and several other countries to close their borders to migrants has prompted dire prophecies for Europe’s borderless travel policies. Senior Research Fellow at the Institute András Rácz commented on the matter in The Christian Science Monitor on September 15th. He said that the move was not an act of panic that means the system is failing, Schengen is not in danger.