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Selling a Vision of Hope: A Refreshing Alternative to Armageddon

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Greek PM says migrant flows decreased after EU-Turkey deal

People line up for food during heavy winds at a makeshift camp for migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni
Migrant flows to Greece have decreased markedly in recent months, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday, defending his government's support of a deal between the European Union and Turkey to tackle the migrant crisis. Turkey and the EU last month sealed an accord which aims to end the chaotic arrival of migrants and refugees, most fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, after more than a million reached Europe last year. Hundreds have died making the short but precarious crossing from Turkey to the shores of Greek islands in inflatable dinghies.

Listen to an interview with Nissim Dahan on the Tom Marr Show.

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What makes you think that Selling a Vision of Hope will work?

Wouldn?t it be terribly expensive to sell a Vision of Hope?

Who is really going to invest in the Middle East and the Muslim world, considering all the trouble there?

Wouldn?t the ideological extremists do everything in their power to derail a Vision of Hope?

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Since the dawn of human civilization, people have believed in a lot of half-baked notions. Some of these ideas have left behind millions of corpses in their wake. Our only hope is that in today's world of increasing complexity, the vast majority of people will come to believe that we have no choice but to make sense of our lives. With enough Ideological persuasion, and with enough Economic incentives, they may be moved to marginalize the extremists, and to shift the world in a slightly different direction, one that points to the possibility of peace.