Alexander Kochenburger

Why Resettling Syrian Refugees Matters

Since the 2011 onset of the Syrian war, more than 4.5 million of 22.8 million Syrians have become refugees.  As millions flee armed conflict, violent extremism, chemical weapons, and barrel bombs, the question of where they go next arises. The vast majority of Syrian refugees want to remain in the Middle East, hoping to eventually…

Why Resettling Syrian Refugees Matters

Since the 2011 onset of the Syrian war, more than 4.5 million of 22.8 million Syrians have become refugees.  As millions flee armed conflict, violent extremism, chemical weapons, and barrel bombs, the question of where they go next arises. The vast majority of Syrian refugees want to remain in the Middle East, hoping to eventually…