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《Journal of International Relations》 2016-06
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The British Performance on the Response to the European Refugee Crisis and Its Historical Origin:Based on an Investigation of British Immigration Policy after the Second World War

Yu Mingbo;the School of History,Nanjing University;  
Since the outbreak of the European refugee crisis in April 2015,Brit-ain has been responding to the refugee crisis with negative attitudes,tough means,and strict restrictions on the influx of refugees in the United Kingdom. The strict restrictions on immigration and refugees in the United Kingdom have their deep historical origins. After World War II,the guiding ideologies of British diplomacy moved from the idealism based on federalism to a Europe-oriented realism,leading to the British immigration policy move from free and open to restriction and control on the whole. Racism in Britain is deeply rooted. With the influx of federal colored immigrants,the growing politicization of immigration and racial issues has had a profound impact on British politics and society. The multiculturalism policy started to pursue in the mid-1960 s in the United Kingdom cannot really integrate immigrants. The British society opposes and rejects immigrants. With the failure of European mechanism for immigration and refugee and the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union,the United Kingdom will continue to implement a tight policy for immigration and refugee.
【Key Words】: European refugee crisis British immigration policy multiculturalism
【Fund】: 江苏省2015年度普通高校研究生科研创新计划项目“威尔逊工党政府时期的英国有色移民问题研究(1964~1970)”(项目编号:KYLX15_0020)的阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: D815.6;D756.1
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