It is evident from the analysis that European crisis of migration requires a common and standard approach which takes into consideration varied perspectives. A European issue further demands a general policy of coherence in EU. The key recommendation here is to let the refugees in but also consider regulation of the flows (Cairns 2014). According to Alfred Marshall, refugees are those that have reasonable perspective but they are in desperate situation. Life for various of the asylum seekers are considerably intolerable and has become as such in the past several years. Europe is a nation with varied riches, peace and access. Most individuals would consider not leaving their houses and starting against between the strangers. However, when alternative is the issue of death from sabre fanatics of wielding and barrel bombs, then it is the time when rational choices are made.
The refugees flow could have been managed when the nations of European Union worked collaboratively to evoke a perspective and to side-line the varied perspectives of migration. Until Europe starts to restore its order considerably, political stress will in turn force Merkel for clamping down in a unilateral manner, in turn resulting to start a border closure wave (Domínguez‐Mujica et al. 2014). The migrant crisis has fed populism politically as well as xenophobia. The right wing nationalism divisive force has taken hold already in east Europe parts. If they considered to spread in the westward direction into France as well as Italy and also Germany then the European Union will in turn tear apart itself. According to Mill’s Utilitarian principle, it is order in the society which seeks to bring forward maximum amount of happiness for maximum number of people involved. In the situation of EU however there is no maximum benefit being gained by any of the involved parties and their focus is only over considering the benefit of a few population groups (Eichengreen et al. 2014).