Interview with Professor Dawn Chatty: The Situation of Syrian Refugees in the Neighbouring Countries

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Interview with Professor Dawn Chatty: The Situation of Syrian Refugees in the Neighbouring Countries Syrian Civil War made many to escape the violence; more than four million refugees have left the country during the course of the war. Neighbouring countries like Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq still have the majority of the Syrian refugees while thousands also ended up in the Caucasus, the Persian Gulf, North Africa and Europe. As Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey (Research Turkey), we conducted an interview with Professor Dawn Chatty about the situation of Syrian refugees in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq as […]
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