In my fantasy, I was thinking of having a subplot involving a people whose island nation suffered a horrific calamity -- famine, followed by a volcanic eruption. Hundreds of refugees flood into Alkoria (the setting of the fantasy) inciting political controversy with many people having different opinions on what to do with the refugees. Mishu befriends a refugee and is in the ‘let them all in!’ camp while people she knows disagree, some saying they're too different to be allowed in, others saying they'll destroy the country economically due to the sudden influx of people. There's one scene where she is mugged by one refugee and her friend callously asks her, “Still think they should be allowed in?” If this sounds similar to the refugee crisis in Europe, then you are correct. And therein lies the question: do you think it's too politically sensitive right now if I included this into the story? I would like to include it, but I'm not sure what the appropriate angle is without coming off as naive and clumsy about something I really have no clue about. Is it better to just scrap the idea? Thoughts?