Iraqi Refugees: Seeking Stability in Syria and Jordan

@inproceedings{Fagen2009IraqiRS,
  title={Iraqi Refugees: Seeking Stability in Syria and Jordan},
  author={P. Fagen},
  year={2009}
}
Over two million Iraqis are refugees in the Middle East, living in difficult conditions, primarily in Jordan and Syria. Their unresolved plight and their still largely unmet needs constitute a humanitarian crisis. Their presence has had an impact on the two countries where they are concentrated and, by extension, on the region as a whole. Although long hosts to Palestinian refugees, the countries of the Arab Middle East have not been major refugee destinations in recent decades and this report… Expand
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