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The Rukban Refugee Camp: Implications for Jordan's Security

Concerns over the presence of militants in the camp on the Jordanian-Syrian border, home to tens of thousands of Syrian refugees, ...

Jordan

How Jihadis are Exploiting the Rohingya Crisis

With Islamist militant groups co-opting the cause of the persecuted Muslim minority, the crisis in Myanmar could escalate into reg...

Myanmar

The Insecurity of the World's Largest Refugee Camp

The Kenyan government announced in April it will close Dadaab refugee camp, claiming terrorists shelter there....

Kenya

Record Numbers Internally Displaced by Conflict in 2014

The number of people internally displaced by conflict reached a record 38 million in 2014, says the Internal Displacement Monitori...

Refugees

Migration and Militancy Along the Pakistani Border

Ongoing counter-insurgency efforts by the Pakistani military are leaving thousands displaced....

Pakistan

Deadlock and Displacement in Bangladesh

Bangladesh has seen a recent flare-up in political violence, this comes amid a major internal displacement crisis arising from the...

Bangladesh

Religion and Displacement: Focusing on Solutions

Displacement can often make communities particularly vulnerable to radicalisation, but a number of measures can help them to build...

Refugees

Syria's Refugees: An International Crisis

A new report from Amnesty International details the refugee crisis in Syria, particularly highlighting the failures of the interna...

Syria

The Plight of Internally Displaced Persons in Yemen

As insecurity and violence continue unabated in Yemen, the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre and Norwegian Refugee Council l...

Yemen