What Happens When the United States Stops Taking in Refugees?

Author: 
Molly Fee & Rawan Arar
Date of Publication: 
June, 2019
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Most of the world’s 25.4 million refugees have been displaced for five or more years. A sharp curtailment in refugee arrivals to the United States, then, isn’t just a national decision, but a global disruption.

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Citation: 

Arar, R. & Fee, M. (2019). What Happens When the United States Stops Taking in Refugees? Contexts18(2), 18–23. https://doi.org/10.1177/1536504219854713

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