In: migration

Is there a link between climate change and violent conflicts? by Eleni Krikeli
September 3, 2019

Since the beginning of the twenty first century we have become witnesses to the increase  of violent conflicts due to the…

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Rohingya: A misjudged case of extremism within the most persecuted people on earth
June 2, 2018

We have failed as the international community in multiple deteriorating humanitarian disasters- most of them, man made. But, the most potent…

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Environmental Migration: A 21st Century issue with no solution
May 28, 2018

Environmental migration is one of those new potential threats to national security that the nation’s cannot even predict. It…

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Beyond Belief: the modern tragedy of refugees
April 26, 2017

Refugee levels have increased significantly recently due to conflicts globally. Today a total of 65.3 million people around the world have…

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Grace Under Pressure: From Expat to President
March 9, 2016

Globalization brought people to work, live, and acquire citizenship in other countries outside one’s homeland. The example of European Union and favorable immigration…

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Irregular immigration and the EU system: Towards a multifaceted solution
May 10, 2015

On April 20th 2015 a boat carrying migrants from Libya to Italy capsized and sank off the Mediterranean Sea, causing the…

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The socio-cultural impact of cross-border refugee flows and the possible spread of conflicts in host countries in Africa
April 16, 2015

Many developing host communities often face forms of socio-cultural change, including a challenged sense of identity and the increased visibility of…

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Why is there no humanitarian corridor for Syrian refugees to the EU?
February 20, 2015

Since the start of the Syrian civil war in the spring of 2011, millions of refugees have been displaced across the…

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