Where Do We Go Now? Examining the Causes and Consequences of Mass Displacements and Immigration Policies

migration, refugees, displacement

Table of Contents

  • From the Editor’s Desk
  • The Causes of Mass Suffering: Towards a Structural Responsibility Framework
    by Sreeram Chaulia
  • Conflict-Induced Displacement of Kashmiri Pandits: Socio-Economic Challenges and Predicament of Past Policies
    by Sudha Rajput
  • A Turn in Canadian Refugee Policy and Practice
    by Johanna Reynolds and Jennifer Hyndman
  • Conflict-Related Displaced Population Camps Commonly Visable in High-Resolution Satellite Imagery
    by Brittany Card, Nathanial Raymond, and Isaac Baker
  • How and to What Extent do the Baltic States Feel Geopolitically Threatened?
    by Christopher Matteo
  • Role for Diplomacy in Advancing Global Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Policies in the Twenty-First Century
    by David Hajjar, Joshua Richardson, and Kimberly Coleman
  • P5+1 – Iran Nuclear Agreement – A Silver Lining in US-Iran Relations
    by Simi Mehta
  • Have Beheadings Intimidated or Angered the American Public?
    by John Tures et. al.

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