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Refugees news and analysis from The Nation
November 19, 2015
Here’s What Not to Do After Paris
Why do Republican presidential candidates insist on giving ISIS exactly what it wants?
November 18, 2015
Paul Ryan’s Alarmist Syrian-Refugee Move Is Playing With Fire
The House speaker’s call for a ‘‘pause’’ in refugee resettlement only encourages hardliners who want to shutdown the government over the issue.
November 18, 2015
European Countries’ Closing Their Borders to Refugees Is Collective Punishment
attempts to “opt out” of international law will only fuel more regional chaos.
November 17, 2015
Bush and Cruz Want to Use Religious Tests to Bar Refugees From the US
The candidates’ proposals are immoral, un-American, and unconstitutional.
November 16, 2015
Detained Asylum Seekers Seek Transnational Justice
Refugees of a transnational migration crisis represent the latest wave of social upheaval in Bangladesh now reverberating around the world.
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November 5, 2015
14 Years After ‘Liberation,’ Afghan Women Are Suffering More Than Ever
A look at Afghanistan “after” the American war.
November 3, 2015
How the Rohingya Have Been Excluded From Myanmar’s Landmark Elections
Their disenfranchisement is part of a concerted state effort to appeal to a growing ultra-nationalist, anti-Muslim movement.
October 26, 2015
Junot Díaz Just Lost an Award for Speaking Out Against the Dominican Republic’s Anti-Haitian Pogrom
New York’s Dominican Consul General revoked Díaz’s Order of Merit last week, calling him “anti-Dominican.”
October 23, 2015
The Department of Homeland Security’s ‘Baby Jails’
In the wake of last summer’s migrant crisis, DHS is still keeping families in detention centers. What could go wrong?
October 20, 2015
Fed-Up Refugees Are Actually Breaking Through Border Controls in the Balkans
“Today we said ‘enough’ and decided to march.”