The marriage is one of convenience, meaning it is more fragile than it looks
Wendell Steavenson / September 12, 2017
Last year, the Masto family arrived in the United States. They live in Cincinnati, Ohio. But is there a place for them in Trump's America?
“Our home became very far, very far”: how singing about home helps displaced Syrian children come together
Samira Shackle / September 8, 2017
Songs drawing on traditional themes of longing, migration and land are giving refugee children in Lebanon a voice
"Many interviewed here cling to hope. Others have fallen into despair." Review: Voices from Syria by Wendy Pearlman
Sameer Rahim / July 19, 2017
This compelling book tells the story of the last six years of the Syrian conflict through the voices of anti-Assad activists
Great power diplomacy has its limits
Collapse may come swiftly—but will that leave the world any safer?
Tim Eaton / April 11, 2017
Last week’s US missile strikes won’t bring the Syrian conflict closer to resolution—but they still served a purpose
Justin Bronk / April 7, 2017
But the military options to force Assad out of power remain at least as unpalatable as they were in 2013
I am a Somali-born Briton. If I leave New York to see my family in the UK, will I definitely be able to return?