In the European Union, Germany’s aid to migrants seeking refuge is the most commendable. Germany took in a historical record of 1,500,000 refugees during the 2015/2016 years alone. This level of aid for refugees of Syrian, Iraqi, South American, African, and other origins has struck the European Union by surprise and commendably generated an uproar within many organizations for the creation of an aggressive program aimed to resolve this urgent humanitarian matter.
Germany's foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel and minister for economic affairs Brigitte Zypries have proposed a comprehensive plan for sharing the burden of the refugee crisis. Today, I intend to analyze this specific program in respect of Germany’s flexible foreign policies and migrant generosity.