A potentially disastrous diaspora
Refugees...can...corrode state power from the inside, fomenting radicalization of domestic populations and encouraging rebellion against host governments. The burden of caring for hundreds of thousands of refugees is heavy, straining government administrative capacity and possibly eroding public support for regimes shown to be weak, unresponsive, or callous. And the sudden presence of armed fighters with revolutionary aspirations can lead disaffected local clans or co-religionists to ally with the refugees against their own governments, especially when an influx of one ethnic or religious group upsets a delicate demographic balance, as would likely be case in some of Iraq's neighbors.
With over 700,000 Iraqis in Jordan (a country of 6 million), 450,000 in Syria, significant numbers in Lebanon, Iran, and Kuwait, and no sign of a drop off in sectarian violence in Iraq, the real instability may lay ahead.
Os emigrantes dos países do Leste Europeu que se têem deslocado e continuam a deslocar para os países ditos "ricos" da Europa.
Os Brasileiros e os Chineses que continuam a emigrar para a Europa.
Ao mesmo tempo,
28% Portugueses que queriam ser Espanhois segundo notícia do Sol
22% Ingleses que queriam ser Franceses segundo noticia do Independent.
O que quererá isto dizer?
O que resultará disto?