Will Europe's Open Borders Survive The Refugee Crisis?
As Europe struggles over border security, the fate of its 26-country Schengen Area, which people can travel through without passports, is uncertain.By Sebastian Martinez | November 25, 2015
In the midst of a refugee crisis, Europe is struggling over its commitment to essentially open borders. (Video via United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)
Twenty-six countries in Europe are part of the Schengen Area, which allows travelers to pass between them without a passport or other border controls.
But now, polls show people in influential European countries, like Germany and France, want to end that.