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The roots of peace in southern Senegal

James Courtright

Why is the region relatively stable?

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The latest from the institute’s fellows writing about India, Greece, Saudi Arabia and Syrians in exile. Sign up for emails to follow their research.

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Humanitarian and security concerns clash at Greece’s bordersHumanitarian and security concerns clash at Greece’s borders

Humanitarian and security concerns clash at Greece’s borders

Steven Tagle
Mounting evidence of human rights violations against migrants is threatening the country's reputation.

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Assam’s stateless womenAssam’s stateless women

Assam’s stateless women

Astha Rajvanshi
A crackdown on illegal migrants has made them the easiest targets.

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Strangers in a familiar landStrangers in a familiar land

Strangers in a familiar land

Joshua Levkowitz
History comes full circle as Syrians resettle in a Turkish province that was once their own.

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