Syrian refugees

  • Can history help us manage humanitarian crises?

    by Richard Breitman

    This question is particularly timely given the massive outflow of refugees from Syria and the problems of admitting large numbers of refugees to other countries, including the United States.

  • The United States’ tried and true anti-refugee history

    Gallup has detailed a number of instances throughout history in which Americans were confronted with potentially accepting refugees. And almost without exception, there has been significantly more opposition than support.