A refugee crisis is threatening to overwhelm Europe, but the United States can prevent it by closing its borders and opening its borders to those fleeing the war in Syria, Jeffrey Jones, a managing director at Goldman Sachs, said in a research note on Wednesday.
The refugee crisis poses a risk to the U, but it can be mitigated if the U’s leadership does not allow a surge in refugees, Jones wrote.
That means closing the borders to anyone arriving in the U without a valid visa, Jones said in the note.
That would be an obvious restriction on the Us ability to receive refugees and stop the flow of people into the country.
However, the U should also consider imposing a cap on the number of people it accepts, he wrote.
This would also help stem the influx of people from other countries.
But it would also require the U to open its borders more widely, as it already has in other parts of the world.
In Europe, for instance, Europe has been able to accept an unprecedented number of refugees.
It has taken in more than half a million people from Syria since the start of the conflict, according to the European Commission.
But the crisis is worsening.
Many refugees have entered Europe without official visas, and there are fears that the flow is not as controlled as it could be, Jones noted.
The U.s has a role to play in helping to stem the flow, Jones argued.
But its main role should be to reduce the number and size of refugees who enter the U illegally, which is illegal in the first place.
The problem is that many people have been able and will continue to come illegally and to remain here, Jones warned.
The United States must not let the crisis get to this point, he added.
Jones is an adviser to the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , which has a $1.5 trillion market capitalization.