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How to Save the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program
Amid the largest displacement crisis since World War II, President Donald Trump’s administration has cut the U.S.’s annual intake of refugees in half.
It should reverse course, and future administrations should strive to put refugee admissions on a stronger political and operational footing.
- What’s new?
Through various forms of bureaucratic strangulation, the Trump administration is working to squeeze the life from a program that has helped resettle three million refugees in the U.S. since 1980.
- Why does it matter?
The current administration’s hostile approach is…