Briana Wojcik
United States

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France has believed for many years that finding a balance between security and fluidity involving our borders would be able to provide safety to our people, as well as ensure that trans-European travel would not be hindered. This system has safeguarded the way of life of the French people for many years, and France strongly believes that this interconnectedness of people has provided countless economic, political, and cultural advantages to the region. In 1985, meetings took place in the town of Schengen to establish a new set of rules to make it easier for workers from other countries to cross common borders. In 1990, this set of rules were put in place, yet th...

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