Despite the extraordinary commitments that Europe has taken to assist in the migration crisis, Europe's neighbors are taking in millions more. While Europe finds itself facing the need to relocate 160,000 migrants and faces a potential 850,000 more in the next year, this number pales in comparison to what has been occurring in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, there are currently 3 million refugees living in Turkey and Lebanon. A number ...

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