refugee crisis

Sixty-five million people in the world today have been forcibly displaced from their homes. Those millions flee the lives they were born into because of war, oppression, resource scarcity and a variety of other factors. It’s a human rights challenge ...

For the first time in a long time, Democrats and Republicans finally agree on something: America is not ready to accept nearly 100,000 refugees. On Nov. 20, the House passed a bill to suspend the refugee program until the CIA ...

I am a French historian at Emory. You might expect me to describe the horrors of the past days, or the realization that events in Paris are linked to Beirut, Baghdad, Bamako and — as the moving campus candlelight vigil ...