The Federalist Radio Hour

Nile Gardiner joins Federalist Radio as thousands of refugees continue to pour over European borders. The scholar sorts through the refugee crisis to explain what it means for the future of the European Union and the World.

Gardiner says that the “collapse of the European Union has been in cards for a long time,” and predicts that the current “refugee crisis will exacerbate the crisis.”

Later Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, Anne Applebaum, reports that no European country has “figured out how they will accept or take care of the refugees.” She notes that the problem has been aggravated by the lack of a unified EU policy on immigration.

Finally, drawing from his years as an aide to the British Prime Minister, Gardiner shares an intimate portrait of Lady Margaret Thatcher.

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