With the refugee crisis threatening to unravel the European Union, some EU officials are banking on the art of the migrant deal to keep Europe’s immigration problem in check. That solution appears to be a band-aid, rather than a cure, and it is shifting the bleeding to other areas of Europe, as well as setting up the EU for blackmail.   In 2015, more than 1 million migrants entered Europe, most of whom used the Balkan route to reach western and northern European countries, particularly Germany. In March 2016, the EU reached a deal with Turkey in which Ankara agreed to take back migrants arriving at the Greek islands in exchange for Brussels relocating refugees directly from Turkey.   As the EU-Turkey deal came into place, Balkan states closed