The world is closer together than ever, conflicts spilling over state borders and challenging their very existence. It is time for resistance and solidarity to travel across borders with the same fluidity.
There are as many Turkeys as there are people living within its borders. Is it really a good thing that we rely on proving the worth of other places and other lives by pointing out how similar they are to our own?
After a long negotiation process, the European Union has hammered together a plan to admit 120,000 Syrian refugees. Yet there is still a lot of uncertainty about how the member states are going to integrate the newcomers.
The EU mini-summit held in Brussels on the November 29 agreed a deal to keep more refugees in Turkey and out of the EU. What does this mean for those already in Turkey, now excluded from the EU's protection?
While the Turkish government claims that all original residents will be able to return to Sur, it is likely
that, similar to what happened in New Orleans, many of those who have fled will
not come back.