Why Local Agreements Are Not the Solution for Ensuring Syrian Refugee Repatriation.
A sustainable political settlement to end the multiple conflicts in Syria will not be possible without a real focus on the challenges of refugee returns.
Refugee crises across the globe have had a transformative impact on every aspect of the politics, economies, societies, and states that have experienced these massive forced population movements.
How can the kingdom’s troubled economy benefit more from Syrian migrant workers?
The Mediterranean has gradually become the epicenter of the most dramatic policy challenges confronting the EU—challenges that, if left unchecked, will have far-reaching consequences.
If Europe adopts U.S. President Donald Trump’s restrictive approach to immigration, it could destabilize European societies and put the EU’s survival at risk.
Iraq’s Yezidis are trapped amidst the rivalries all around them.
To address the Mediterranean migrant crisis, the EU is seeking closer partnerships with North African states.
Despite the inherent challenges of finding a long-term solution to Lebanon’s refugee crisis, its focus on short-term responses could worsen social and political cleavages and foster new forms of marginalization.
Donald Trump’s plan for refugee zones in and around Syria will not materialize.