LONDON – This year is likely to be the most momentous for refugee protection and migration since the signing of the Geneva Convention in 1951.
Depending on the choices we make, we will either help create more open societies, based on greater international cooperation, or we will abet authoritarian governments and their nationalist agendas. So we must treat this issue with exceptional urgency and seriousness of purpose.
The refugee and migration crises in the Mediterranean, Asia, Africa, and...
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