In 2015, due to civil war, more than 850,000 refugees, mostly from Syria, made their way from Turkey to Greek Islands and tried to seek asylum in European Union (EU), causing EU a huge burden in terms of refugee management. Some member states even refuse to follow EU and international regulation and policy, making EU’s solidarity at stake. This paper will first depict the backdrop of refugee crisis and response from EU administration. It looks at the refuge issue and discloses member states’ difficulties in compliance with EU refuge management policy. Then, individual member states and their alliance’s reaction would be examined. Although individual member states and alliances have various reactions to achieve different goals, all of them may share some characteristics in common as they may be considered as emerging solidarity. This paper’s center argument has been stemmed from this point of view, which is to provide alternative angles to the current refuge crisis management on national and inter-national scales.