The impending US southern border arrival of, by some accounts, 14,000 migrants has been anything but welcomed. Mexico has provided little assistance, and President Trump threatened he would be “bringing out the military for this National Emergency.”
In 2015, when migrants stepped off the trains in Munich, Germany’s cheering crowds greeted them with balloons, food, water and toys for kids. But around the same time in Eastern Europe, citizens’ feelings about migrants were decidedly less positive. What drives such starkly different attitudes?
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