Volume 15 Issue 24 Number 2 Abstract This article explores Japanese responses to the Syrian refugee crisis since In particular, it examines the rationales of the Japanese government and others who expressed opinions on the crisis.
A deeper look into what the U. So what happens when one day, without warning, or without cause, that sense of security is ripped from you? You and your family are forced to flee into an unknown future and the unknown peril it may hold.
You are a refugee. This is the all-too-common experience of millions of innocent men, women, and children across the globe who have been driven from the place they once called home.
While the world turns its attention towards these refugees -- and rightly so -- we must not lose sight of why they fled for their lives, and the gravely urgent task of responding to the overwhelming needs of those who remain behind.
Sincealmost 12 million people, equivalent to half of the Syrian population, have been displaced by the conflict, including 7. Their homes and schools have been bombed out of existence by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's merciless regime.
Their lives have been imperiled by ISIL and terrorism. Many have been forced to flee to other parts of Syria or seek refuge in neighboring countries. It is as if every student in the 45 largest U.
They are in desperate need of aid. The importance of this aid cannot be underestimated. It is critical to helping people where they are, so they are not forced to take perilous journeys on fierce seas or entrust their welfare to human smugglers.
The relief agencies and organizations that bring this assistance directly to those in need require financial support, and that is why the U. Under President Obama, the U.
In this fiscal year alone, the U. In order to ensure safety and security within American communities where those in need are welcomed, each refugee admitted in to the U.
The President has directed his Administration to scale up the number of Syrian refugees we will bring to the U. By the end of September, the U. However, we must do what we can to provide for their basic needs.
But, no change in refugee policy or amount of humanitarian aid can resolve the political crisis that is displacing so many innocent people. To bring an end to this crisis, the U.
Here are a few answers to some that many Americans are asking: What can I do to help?But, no change in refugee policy or amount of humanitarian aid can resolve the political crisis that is displacing so many innocent people. To bring an end to this crisis, the U.S. is working with the international community to reach a negotiated political solution to the conflict.
The Syrian conflict has reached its fifth year, but the European aspect of the refugee crisis it generated has dominated news headlines since the summer of Numerous academic panels have been. So, the refugee crisis not only demands an urgent solution but also raises fundamental questions about the nature of politics and leadership in the Arab and Muslim world.
Examining news articles on the refugee crisis in eight English-language Canadian major dailies from January 1, to December 31, , my new study explores the framing of the Syrian refugee crisis in Canadian print media.
Using automated coding and cluster analysis technologies to uncover central themes or frames that emerge over the course. Syria in Crisis provides analysis of the civil war and its impact on the region. Edited by Aron Lund, a researcher who has published extensively on the Syrian opposition, it .
Seven-year-old Syrian refugee Wael Alsaleh only just started second grade in the Greek city of Thessaloniki, and he still doesn’t understand much of what his peers say. But the minute his.