"Migration, Terrorism, and the Future of a Divided Europe piles fact upon fact to show the massive movement of Middle Eastern and African people into Europe was no cataclysmic wartime event. . . . [It] explores the money surrounding and enabling the crisis, a key driver rarely addressed."
"This is a well-informed account of the impact of Europe's refugee crisis that was generated by the post-Arab Spring conflicts' population displacements affecting the continent's changing political climate, economic situation, and levels of crime and terrorism."
"This well-researched study offers new and exclusive insight into how key diplomatic decisions were reached during Europe's migration crisis. Despite the historic complexity of the Continent's internal and external politics, the author succeeds in presenting a clear and accurate picture of the European situation, at a time when policy-makers (and indeed European publics) are seeking real answers to the ongoing crisis."
"In this thoughtful and very well researched volume, Chris Deliso illuminates the full scale of the crisis developing through the current mass migration movements into Southeastern Europe, with particularly clear emphasis on the security implications often overlooked by EU governments. It can be wholeheartedly recommended to all students of EU migrant policy, security studies, international law enforcement officers, and humanitarian organizations."
"A must-read for anyone who thinks the migration crisis in Europe is over or may be resolved any time soon. Deliso makes clear that the EU's reaction so far has worsened the realities faced by everyone, the migrants, the Union's own people and governments, and the Balkans states and Turkey that Brussels and Berlin have left hanging."
"Deliso takes readers on a dark but fascinating journey into the perilous world of the European migration crisis. This is a masterly synthesis of political, social, and economic history."
"Deliso's work offers a well-documented and balanced examination of the sophisticated connections between the recent migration crisis in Europe, the increasingly vicious terrorist attacks and violent events on the Continent and the existential crisis that the EU project faces today. The book challenges the generally uniform public discourse on the 'success' of the European project, and that concerning its historical determinism. Instead, this book persuasively attests to how contradictory the European reality actually is."
"This book represents a critical overview of the way in which Europe—a bastion of hope and a symbol of prosperity for many people who have due to reasons pertaining to war, poor economic prospects or something completely different decided to embark on a dangerous and uncertain journey towards it—is handling the present crisis."