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Syrian Kurds Crossing Border

Surviving the War Only to Die at Sea


In the three weeks since Aylan’s photo circulated around the world, little has changed for refugees seeking safe passage from conflict.

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Children Stand in Rubble in Yemen

Déjà Vu: The UN Security Council’s Inaction on Yemen


When I visited Yemen last year, the situation was grim. The government was dealing with fuel shortages and protests against the lifting of subsidies. But, there was still hope.

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The International Community Continues to Be Unmoved by Syria


Will the civilian death toll during recent attacks on Douma motivate the world to action in Syria?

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Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

“I miss my dignity”


World Humanitarian Day reminds us that it is time for the international community to stop burying its head in the sand; countries must open their borders to protect refugees’ lives and to relieve overwhelmed host countries.

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Guantanamo Military Police

American Psychological Association’s First Step Toward Accountability


When the American Psychological Association (APA) Council of Representatives voted Friday morning to rescind its policy allowing psychologists to participate in the interrogation of security detainees, it was a tectonic shift.

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