February 15, 2023
South Korea Should be Taking Notes on Ukraine
By Emily Schroen
A potential humanitarian crisis looms across the country's northern border. It needs to be prepared.
August 12, 2022
Hong Kongers in Exile Fight for Their Truth – and Ukrainians
By Allia Bukhari
Hong Kongers say both communities share a common struggle to defend democracy and freedom in Asia and Europe respectively.
July 01, 2022
How the War in Ukraine Could Change Japan’s Refugee Policies
By Jakob Ranglin Grissler
The case of the Ukrainian refugees, who do not fall into the traditional definition of refugees, could add momentum to efforts to overhaul Japan’s refugee and immigration policies.
April 11, 2022
Japan’s Approach to Ukrainian Refugees Is What Its Refugee Policy Ought To Be
By Arnab Dasgupta
Japan’s willingness to embrace Ukrainian refugees stems from its hierarchical view of the world and its economic-first view of migrants.
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