The aim is to analyze the problems of European refugees, with special emphasis on economic refugees. At first look the history evolution and migration of human the European peoples, begin with Neanderthal (Homo neanderthalensis) and Modern humans (Homo sapiens). Scientists believe that they lived at the same time in Europe 5,000 years. It is alleged based on the DNA, so that they are also mixed with each other, coexistence with Homo sapiens.
This could add to great Migration to Europe over the last few thousands of years, transatlantic migrations and Atlantic slave trade. The world population is expected to increase from 6.9 billion to 9.3 billion in 2050 and to reach 10.1 billion by 2100. Developed countries as a whole will little or no population growth, and much of that growth will be from immigration from less developed countries. The world’s poorest countries will see the growth. Africa population is expected to account for almost 24% of the world population in 2050 and for 35% in 2100. The share of Europe is expected to decline: from nearly 22% in 1950 to less than 7% in 2100.
The biggest problems in EU were refugee crisis, mass immigration and Islamic terrorism. How cope with volume of refugees, and what is its impact on the European economy? EU governments are trying in every way to reduce the flow refugees to Europe. Taken to speak in order to arrive in Syria and North Africa peaceful solution to that people should not have to flee their homes. The continuing wave of refugees at the border of EU has set itself the problem of how to cope with it, and what is the impact on the European economy. Europe has changed multicultural regions. What should be Europe in the future?
Will European values are preserved? The methodology, definitions and theoretical foundations are based in earlier publications of the author.