Trump’s Poison Pills Are Still Toxic
Whether it’s Iran, China, Cuba, or immigration, U.S. President Joe Biden often finds himself stymied by his predecessor’s foreign policy.
Why Is Madrid Pandering to Morocco?
Spain has traded five decades of neutrality on Western Sahara while getting nothing but a spyware scandal in return.
Biden’s Refugee Envoy Looks to Reform Damaged System
Washington has been slow to meet expanded targets for refugee admissions due to the last administration’s policies.
Biden Is Setting Himself Up for Embarrassment in Los Angeles
The upcoming Summit of the Americas could be the gravestone on U.S. influence in the region.
The Dangerous New Anti-Globalization Consensus
Soaring inflation is just one reason for Washington to keep global disintegration in check.
India Abandons the Rohingyas
A deliberately ambiguous refugee policy allows the government to deny shelter to Muslims fleeing persecution.
Treating Migration as a Crisis Is a Missed Opportunity
Racism is keeping rich societies from benefitting from increased migration.
Germany Is Displacing Afghan Refugees to Make Way for Ukrainians
Hundreds of Afghans who fled the Taliban have been evicted as an even larger flood of Ukrainian war refugees arrive.
Britain Seeks to Send Refugees to Rwanda
Boris Johnson’s government is partnering with an authoritarian regime in a legally questionable effort to make Britain’s asylum-seeker problem disappear.
What Happens to the Homes Ukrainians Leave Behind?
Abandonment, destruction, or occupation of homes and property is a grim hallmark of modern conflicts.
The Malaise Poisoning French Politics
There’s a word for the anger and disappointment French voters are feeling: “seum.”
The End of Title 42 Doesn’t Mean Back to Normal
During the pandemic, Washington outsourced harsh migration management to its southern neighbors.
U.S. Opens Door to Ukrainian Refugees, Shuts It for Others From Africa
People fleeing conflict in Cameroon wonder why they aren’t getting the same treatment as Ukrainians.
Poland Demonized Refugees. Now It’s Struggling to Integrate Them.
The heaviest burden of accommodating fleeing Ukrainians has fallen on the state least prepared to carry it.
The Moral Realism of Europe’s Refugee Hypocrisy
The difference between Europe’s treatment of Syrians and Ukrainians is evidence of racism—and reality.
Europe’s Hospitality for Refugees Won’t Last Forever
Eastern Europe is treating Ukrainians better than Syrians and Afghans—but giving people the means to resist is the only way to prevent future crises.
Europe Is Ready for All of Ukraine’s Refugees
The European Union is preparing to meet the burden of a historic refugee crisis.