terrorism

Map of Republic of South Sudan through magnifying glass

The World’s Youngest State Plunges into Renewed Violence

The terrorist attack in Nice and events in Turkey have pushed developments in South Sudan out of Western media headlines. Yet five years after independence, the situation in the East African state remains tense. The most recent outbreaks of violence have driven more than 10,000 South Sudanese to flee their homes. After more than 20 […]

Photo: Soldiers of the Kenyan Contingent serving with the African Union Mission in Somalia in the southern Somali port city of Kismayo.

Somali Refugees: Between Shelter and Discrimination

In a time of refugee crises and Islamist terror, many countries face the challenge of balancing national security interests and humanitarian obligations. Somalis in Kenya know that this often means a life between discrimination, food aid, and threat of expulsion. This article is part of our “Migration & Transformation” series. Many governments and civil societies […]

Afghans who were repatriated are arriving to Afghanistan in a truck with an Afghan flag on it

Pakistan’s Uneasy Relation with Afghan Refugees

The latest efforts of the government in Islamabad to repatriate Afghan refugees show that Pakistan’s refugee problem is deeply connected with the country’s response to terrorism and with international cooperation. This article is part of our “Migration & Transformation” series. Many governments and civil societies in developing and transition countries are confronted with the influx […]