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Japan's Role in the Refugee Crisis
September 11, 2015

Japan's Role in the Refugee Crisis

By Mina Pollmann
Japan has been quick to donate money, but slow to welcome refugees.
Afghanistan’s 32-Year Refugee Crisis
September 09, 2015

Afghanistan’s 32-Year Refugee Crisis

By Catherine Putz
For three decades Afghanistan was the world’s largest producer of refugees. Millions have returned but problems remain.

Cambodia’s Montagnard Problem
September 08, 2015

Cambodia’s Montagnard Problem

By Brent Crane
The country has long struggled to deal humanely with the refugees from Vietnam’s Central Highlands.

Asia’s Watery Graveyard for Asylum Seekers
May 16, 2015

Asia’s Watery Graveyard for Asylum Seekers

By John Sifton
The tragedy unfolding in the Andaman Sea can no longer be ignored.

ASEAN’s Refugee Embarrassment
May 15, 2015

ASEAN’s Refugee Embarrassment

By Luke Hunt
The Rohingya refugee crisis is quite possibly the greatest embarrassment ASEAN has ever faced.
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
March 18, 2015

Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal

By Keane Shum
The stories of the refugees who have crossed the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea are harrowing.

Malaysia Accused of Mistreating Refugees
December 03, 2014

Malaysia Accused of Mistreating Refugees

By Mong Palatino
A documentary produced by Al Jazeera makes some worrying claims.
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
November 08, 2014

Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees

By Susan Metcalfe
Rich countries like Australia are not pulling their weight when it comes to hosting the world’s displaced.

The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
March 27, 2014

The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan

By Taha Siddiqui
Pakistan refuses to acknowledge a growing crisis emerging from its tribal belt.

Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
February 19, 2014

Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes

By Scott Cheney-Peters
Indonesia has become embroiled in maritime disputes with neighbors like Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.

People Smugglers Feel the Pinch
December 10, 2013

People Smugglers Feel the Pinch

By Luke Hunt
People smugglers find business tougher as the Australian government’s crackdown begins to have an impact.
Afghanistan Remains Epicenter of Refugee Problem
June 21, 2013

Afghanistan Remains Epicenter of Refugee Problem

Despite the unrest in Syria, Afghanistan is the source for 25% of the world’s refugees, with Pakistan and Iran hosting 95% of them.

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