Elizabeth Parker-Magyar

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Elizabeth Parker-Magyar is a PhD student in political science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where her research focuses on violence, migration and attitudes toward governance in the Levant.

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Foreign Policy Essay

Jordanians See More to Worry About in Their Economy Than Syrian Refugees

Editor’s Note: Even as the Syrian war winds down, the millions of refugees it spawned show little sign of returning. Experts have long feared that these refugees will spread instability and, in poorer countries like Jordan, foster economic resentment. MIT’s Elizabeth Parker-Magyar finds that in Jordan such resentment is limited at best. The refugees remain welcome, and any economic resentment is directed at the government.

Daniel Byman