Syria’s war isn’t over, but a growing number of German policymakers are trying to revoke asylum and send Syrians back home — against their will, if necessary.
The White House’s ‘America First’ policymakers see little gain in setting the global rules for migration.
An obscure new policy would give priority to refugees who seem like they might “assimilate.”
Suketu Mehta and Becca Heller talk President Trump, the real economy of immigration, and getting trolled by Ann Coulter.
A long, contentious internal debate concludes with the lowest quota in almost 40 years.
The chancellor's response to the refugee crisis was going to be her downfall. Then Germany's welfare state kicked in.
Half of Europe’s asylum seekers in the last two years were still awaiting word on whether they could stay at the end of 2016.
Immigration is inevitable. When will the West learn that it promises salvation — not destruction?
Escaping war and the Islamic State, families took with them what little they could carry — remembrances of loved ones and the past.
Despite their ability to shelter those seeking refuge, some of the world's wealthiest countries, such as China and the United States, are closing their doors instead of opening them.
Two years after fleeing Iraq, one woman’s plans for resettlement are still on hold. A minority among refugees in Jordan, is her plight being overlooked?