Thousands of migrants and refugees are stuck along the border between Belarus and Poland, a member of the European Union.
Neither country wants to take them in, leaving them in limbo as temperatures drop before the European winter.
European officials have accused Belarus of using migrants and refugees as retaliation for EU sanctions against the government of Alexander Lukashenko.
So, who should be responsible for resolving this crisis?
And could this be a sign that the EU’s migration policy is failing?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Viktor Olevich – Lead expert, Center for Actual Politics
Liliana Smiech – Director of analysis, Warsaw Institute
Pieter Cleppe – Editor, BrusselsReport.EU and EU policy analyst