Refugees in Europe. Utopias and Dystopias of 21st Century

The current paper focuses on the infringement of international public law and jus in bello in Ukraine and its general and specific consequences.
In order to prevent negative effects on European States, intergovernmental organizations are currently obliged to find the appropriate solutions being settled to a superior way of thinking than the one used for the creation of the conflict. Polemic paradigm of international relations has to be abandoned? Political solutions are collective decisions? European Union might play its strategic role as global actor? Choose between absolute human rights or financial interests or political ego? Which is the proper position regarding the European States with double role: receiver of refugees and provider of migrants? Taking into account the progressive vision of the international courts making references to the refugee law, new legal rules and solutions adopted by judiciary are the structured guarantees for the peace and security of the human kind?