By Martin Quick
The EU is scrambling for solutions. In the midst of a humanitarian crisis that has divided member states and fuelled the rise of far-right populism and of euroscepticism, the bloc is turning to its neighbour Turkey for help. The latter, which already accommodates 2 million refugees, is being looked upon to help solve the stem of migrants to the Union’s shores. Ankara has considerable bargaining power in the run-up to further talks regarding a deal with the EU, but its terms for negotiation have been met with much controversy.