Understanding the Strategic and Humanitarian Consequences of Defeating IS in Iraq Editor: Peter Mitchell Senior Advisor: Dr. Muhanad Seloom Researchers: Erkan Gursel & Tim Hulse A joint report by the Neo-Jihadism and Refugee/Border Policy Programmes at the Institute of Islamic Strategic Affairs Executive Summary: > Islamic State (IS) may lose Mosul but will remain as […]PublishedMarch 23rd, 2017 Author Legacy
By Zenobia Homan (The regional train from Fürth to Würzburg) This is my view, every (other) week, when I travel down to Würzburg. A lot of the time the train is very busy, and very delayed; but I suppose, since it is summer now, many people are on holiday, and today the train is quiet. […]PublishedJuly 26th, 2016 Author Legacy
[pullquote align=center] An insight into the experiences of a Syrian-Lebanese refugee and their integration into Western society twenty years ago, in comparison to current ideas on integration. [/pullquote] With the refugee-integration debate reaching new heights, I have found myself trying to explain what my childhood was like to a lot of people. I went to […]PublishedMarch 29th, 2016 Author Legacy
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