US Attitudes Towards Afghan and Ukrainian Refugees

Though Afghan and Ukrainian refugees may find themselves fleeing to the same country, their experiences are starkly different. The treatment of these two groups by the United States (U.S.) do not reflect an even policy nor cultural attitude towards those seeking asylum from hostile governments or a devastating invasion, but rather show a naked biasContinue reading “US Attitudes Towards Afghan and Ukrainian Refugees”

Genocide Recognition: Is It Enough?

Last week, the United States formally declared that the atrocities and ethnic violence Myanmar’s military has committed against the country’s Rohingya minority constitute a “genocide,” following a yearslong campaign by advocates of the minority group and global human rights organizations urging the United States to do so, alongside a formal lawsuit against Meta. International attention onContinue reading “Genocide Recognition: Is It Enough?”

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