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1 Introduction Migration has strongly manifested itself to historic highs. According to the Migration Policy Institute, the total annual asylum applications in the European Union (EU) Member States and European Free Trade Association countries from 2008 to 2015 have increased by 444% – from 256,155 to 1,393,285 applications. Only in 2015, there were 3.8 millions of new immigrants in the EU, half of them originating from non-member countries. Spurred by civil war, political instability, and the global financial crisis, constantly growing immigration flows to

and actual political strategies. We focus on several particular mutually interlinked topics – primarily what, in Zeman’s mind, are the causes and consequences of security (or danger), how threats should be further combated, and the intentions that Miloš Zeman has when mentioning security (or danger). According to Zeman’s speeches, statements, interviews, and so on (see following sections), the issues of Islam and immigration are the most serious threats for Czech and European security. For this reason, we analyze how Miloš Zeman speaks about Islam and immigration as

1 Introduction In recent years, the world has faced the second largest refugee movement since World War II. The increase in immigration is largely due to the high number of refugees who escape from the Syrian civil war and an increasingly unstable Middle East. For the sake of simplicity, we will not distinguish whether an asylum seeker is already a registered refugee, is still in the registration process, or has not been registered yet but claims to receive refugee status at some time. Since the registration of asylum seekers is an ongoing process, we will refer