Okay, so I think that everyone is aware of the big refugee crisis that's currently happening in Europe. If you've been living under a rock, here's a quick summary, but you'll have to excuse my writing - I'm no writer or journalist. For the past few years, a big civil war is going on in Syria. There's a lot of death and suffering, so people from those regions are immigrating their countries. Germany invited all refugees to come to their country, stating that they can handle them all. After 2 days of "handling", Angela Merkel (German counselor) announces that Germany isn't so welcoming for refugees no more. Refugees, fueled by the false hopes and dreams of European countries, are massively moving towards Germany, UK, Sweden, etc. A bunch of stuff goes down in the Balkans (building fences, smuggling refugees, sending refugees to neighbor countries...) Serbia and Croatia (among others) have a face-off that results in both borders closing (hurting both economies) So there you have it in the shortest possible way, if you're looking for more just look at any major news site. Anyways, I'm from Croatia, so I'm interested how do other countries perceive these events? Who do you find "guilty"? What do you think about the whole crisis? Looking forward to your replies!