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John Menadue. A dismal humanitarian response to the Syrian tragedy: political inertia, bureaucratic failure and security obsession.

In earlier blogs I have highlighted the contrast between Canada and Australia’s programs to settle Syrian refugees. Australia continues to be a laggard. In Parliament last week, the Immigration Minister, Peter Dutton, said that a total of 29 refugees had … Continue reading

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