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Refugees news and analysis from The Nation
June 6, 2022
How Fox News Distorts the Truth About Asylum
The right-wing media and politicians show zero sympathy for the refugees at our border.
May 19, 2022
Anti-War Activists Are Facing a Moral Dilemma
In the face of war’s atrocities, the tyranny of the immediate can be overwhelming—even for those committed to peace.
May 2, 2022
The US Must End Its Economic War Against Venezuela
Even the Venezuelan opposition wants Washington to ease its sanctions regime.
April 28, 2022
Why So Many Ukrainians Are Returning Home
Many Ukrainian men leave little behind when they head back.
April 27, 2022
Aleksandar Hemon on What’s Different About the War in Ukraine
A conversation with the author about nationalism, displacement, and the importance of dancing.
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March 24, 2022
The Racism and Incoherence of the World’s Asylum Systems
The humane response to Ukrainian refugees shows that a radical new path for caring for the vulnerable is possible.
March 18, 2022
Poles Have Opened Their Arms to Ukrainians—but Will It Last?
The kindness of strangers won’t create the resources needed to shelter millions of refugees. Poland needs help.
March 11, 2022
There’s No Such Thing as a War “Over There” Anymore
The global and the local in today’s world are now virtually indistinguishable.
Karen J. Greenberg
March 10, 2022
In Poland, a Refugee Center for Those Farthest From Home
Ever since Russia invaded, Dr. Tade Daniel Omoshoto has been scrambling to find food, shelter, and transportation for the thousands of Africans fleeing war.
March 8, 2022
Ukrainians Fleeing War Fight to Survive on the Rails
As millions escape Russian invasion, train stations have become terrifying bottlenecks.