Refugees

The European Court of Human Rights is a necessary check against authoritarianism

The Church is on the move as Christians are “strategically driven” from their homes

War offers so much more in the way of profitable procurement than even the pandemic

Yerevan is set to become a refuge for dissident Russians, a place of romance and sorrow

In a crisis a great politician shall arise

A nobel prize winner tackles a growing problem

Lessons for Priti Patel on how Denmark reduced its appeal to asylum seekers

Turkey blackmails Europe, Greece adopts a policy of deterrence, and the EU remains divided

John Psaropoulos travels to Mória Reception and Identification Centre, which was once the largest refugee camp in Europe