Despite Libyan rights abuses, Europe listened, and Italy signed a deal with the Gadhafi regime. At a high-profile summit in Brussels Sunday, Europe's leaders will offer Turkey 3 billion euros, an easing of visa restrictions and the fast-tracking of its EU membership process. More than 600,000 have entered through Greece, many after making the short sea crossing...» Read More
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek politician and member of the New Democracy party, says Greece needs assistance dealing with the influx of refugees and there is a need to distinguish between economic migrants and refugees.
Hadley Gamble, CNBC correspondent, discusses whether the Schengen border area can survive if European security measures are increased and how this may affect the thousands of refugees who have come to Europe in recent months.
The money would go for development in countries such as Jordan and Lebanon to improve lives for both their own populations and refugees. More controversial is a demand by some in the aid community that, in return for such a "Mideast Marshall Plan," Jordan and Lebanon must allow Syrian refugees to work, integrating them more into society. The mass influx of Syrians to...
CNBC's Hadley Gamble has the latest from France's strikes on Islamic State and tightened border controls.
Leon Berkelmans, director of the Lowy Institute's international economy program and G-20 studies, discusses the agenda and outcomes expected from Turkey's G-20 summit.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Paris as the city mourns those lost in Friday's terror attacks.
Poland cannot accept migrants relocated under a European Union quota system after the attacks in Paris without security guarantees.
BRUSSELS, Nov 13- The European Commission has formally authorised the temporary reimposition of border controls by Sweden and Germany's extension of frontier checks to help get a grip on a large influx of asylum seekers, the EU executive said on Friday. Sweden, long a haven for people fleeing war and persecution, was the latest EU state to re-establish checks at...
Rick Santorum, Republican presidential candidate, shares his plans to fix the U.S. economy. It's tough to be competitive with a high tax rate, says Santorum, discussing the merits of his flat tax plan.
President Barack Obama's executive action to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation suffered a legal setback.
Few candidates came away as the obvious winners in the Republican debate Tuesday night.
Chen Wei, chairman and co-founder of the proposed Sun Pacific Bank, sees an opportunity in the growing number of wealthy Chinese moving to Los Angeles.
Europe's future will depend on Germany's approach to the migration crisis, European Council President Donald Tusk said on Monday.
NEW YORK, Nov 8- Donald Trump's appearance as guest host of "Saturday Night Live" helped the TV comedy sketch show earn its highest viewership ratings since 2012, the NBC television network said on Sunday. The show, which came under fire from Latino groups for inviting the blunt-spoken Republican presidential frontrunner to host, garnered a 6.6 rating in the 56...
LONDON, Nov 5- Two institutional forecasters came up with different projections on Thursday for what the economic impact of hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees will be on Europe's economy. The EBRD, however, cut its growth projections for Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Greece- transit countries for the huge migrant flow from Syria, Iraq and...
Here's why Paul Ryan's run as speaker of the House may be short-lived, explains says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
In Asia, notably in China and Japan, the deficit monetary policy is trying and failing to bridge is demographic: a people-shaped hole. This was amply illustrated in China when the Communist Party announced last Thursday it would scrap its longstanding one-child policy just days after the country's central bank moved to cut interest rates for the sixth time in...
Elena Kountoura, alternate minister of tourism for Greece, says the world has to find a solution when it comes to fighting the migrant crisis.
George Xatzimarkos, governor of the Southern Aegean Islands in Greece, says there are fears that the influx of migrants and refugees could cause tourism to fall.
There are more displaced people and refugees now than at any other time in recorded history, and it could get worse, The NY Times reports.