The purpose of humanitarian assistance is to save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity in response to man-made crises and natural disasters. Brookings experts discuss how to best deliver assistance through an increasingly complex system of NGOs, international organizations, governments and individuals.
After the emergency: What European migration policy will eventually look like
July 27, 2016, Matteo Garavoglia
For months, Europe has been dealing with the hectic, day-to-day struggles of managing a massive migrant crisis. While those challenges dominate in the short term, European leaders must also start thinking about medium to long-term reforms to the European Union’s asylum and migration policies.
July 19, 2016, Steven Heydemann
July 6, 2016, Federica Saini Fasanotti
July 5, 2016, Ashley Miller and Ted Piccone
June 28, 2016, Shibley Telhami
June 24, 2016, Robert L. McKenzie and Fred Dews
June 22, 2016, Dany Bahar and Harold Trinkunas
June 22, 2016, Jessica Brandt and Robert L. McKenzie
June 14, 2016
June 14, 2016, Kenneth M. Pollack
June 13, 2016, Leon Wieseltier
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Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy
Visiting Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center on the United States and Europe
Robert L. McKenzie
Visiting Fellow, Foreign Policy, Center for Middle East Policy, U.S. Relations with the Islamic World
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