April 24, 2014

What Does the West Owe Syria's Refugees?

Diego Cupolo, Toward Freedom

Diego Cupolo

Syria provides a new test for moral and security dilemmas that have faced western nations in the past. While military intervention is not likely to produce better results at the moment – nor is it warranted – perhaps the international community has an obligation to better assist Syrian refugees and increase humanitarian aid to camps in neighboring countries.

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TAGGED: Reyhanlı, Turkey, Middle East, Syria

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