Post Tagged with: "refugee crisis"

Canada’s Audacious Refugee Response

Canada’s Audacious Refugee Response

The Canadian approach shows the possibility of a future for thousands of Syrian youth through resettlement, as important as any other effort to confront the Syrian war.

Turkey's EU Accession. A child and two older women hold turkey balloons.

Turkey and the EU: Strategic Rapprochement in the Shadow of the Refugee Crisis

At the present juncture, EU-Turkey relations seem to be evolving towards a strategic partnership rather than Turkey’s full integration into the Union.

Fortress Europe?  Porous Borders and EU Dependence on Neighbour Countries

Fortress Europe? Porous Borders and EU Dependence on Neighbour Countries

EU borders cannot be understood without understanding the relations with its neighbours and the stability in its borderlands. The image of Fortress Europe is too naïve.

Interview – Nicholas Kristof

Interview – Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof discusses the Syrian Civil War, the attitudes of US Presidential Candidates towards refugees, and the challenges of reporting from war-torn countries.

On Images, Stories, and the Need to Hear More

On Images, Stories, and the Need to Hear More

The way out of this world of spectacles we have normalised is not to say more but to hear more, to grasp the hidden erasure of suffering in different contexts.

Statelessness: A Responsibility to Protect?

Statelessness: A Responsibility to Protect?

If pictures of migrants result only in plans to strengthen borders, invoking the legal obligations of an internationally accepted policy may be the best way forward.

The Politics of the Humanitarian Crisis in Europe

The Politics of the Humanitarian Crisis in Europe

In the face of the horrors and the tragic loss of life, allowing or even encouraging the spread of chaos by yielding to blackmail is always the wrong policy.

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