The unilateral withdrawal of American military support called for by proponents of restraint would be disastrous for U.S. foreign policy.
The severity of human rights violations demands an international diplomatic effort to establish humane governance in Eritrea.
The inward turn of several EU members in reaction to the refugee crisis has revealed the limits of solidarity within the union.
Australia’s flawed solution to its never-ending migrant crisis provides a cautionary tale for European policymakers.
Today’s far-right is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, preaching bigotry veneered with a rhetorical gloss of intellectual honesty and populism.
Poland’s new ruling party is intent on protecting the nation’s self-interest, even at the expense of EU policy.
Demetrios Papageorgiou speaks with Athens-based journalist John Psaropoulos about Greece’s dual migrant and debt crises.
Europe’s divided approach to the refugee crisis will undercut the potential economic benefits of the migration.
Historian Holly Case discusses her first-hand experiences studying Europe’s refugee crisis in Hungary and Serbia.