The economic disaster in Venezuela has evolved into state collapse and mass migration. To move forward, it is important to understand the roots and scale of this rapidly developing refugee crisis.
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A Brief Review of Refuge: Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World, by Paul Collier and Alexander Betts (Oxford UP, forthcoming September 2017)
Ongoing developments in Europe provide ample grounds for an interrogation of the conceptual foundations of the current international refugee regime.
Jordan is an island of stability in the Middle East and an important U.S. partner. Here's what the Trump administration can do to keep it that way.
I wrote this extended primer on refugee law back in November 2015. For obvious reasons, it is of even greater relevance today. Seemed appropriate to bring it back to the top of the blog.
The Obama administration's response to the refugee crisis was inadequate. Trump's policy is a travesty.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order restricting the entry of refugees and immigrants into the United States. The document is also available here, though as of yet it has not been posted on WhiteHouse.gov.
To address the refugee crisis, we should encourage outgrowths of civil society within transitory refugee populations.
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Markaz.
Editor's Note: This piece originally appeared on Markaz.