An Iranian Reversal on Afghan Refugees
By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
The difference between the deportation policies targeting Afghans in both Pakistan and Iran is the noise surrounding these efforts.
Amid Afghanistan’s Emergency, Its Neighbors Need Support
By Evan Jones
On the world stage, Afghanistan risks becoming a forgotten crisis, despite rising humanitarian needs. But its closest neighbors don’t have the luxury of looking the other way.
Unwelcome Refugees: Afghans Continue to Face Pushback and Deportation
By Themba Lewis and Hanh Nguyen
As half a million Ukraine refugees move west into Europe, what happens to the solidarity the world once shared for Afghans?
As Iran-Taliban Tensions Rise, Afghan Migrants in Tinderbox
By Mehdi Fattahi and Isabel DeBre
Both Iran and the Taliban do not want an escalation, but long-smoldering hostilities risk spiraling out of control.