Refugees on Turkey's Borders: Consequences of Chaos in Syria

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Refugees on Turkey's Borders: Consequences of Chaos in Syria

Time: March 28, 2016 from 8am to 9:15am
Location: Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
Street: 170 East 64th Street
City/Town: New York
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Phone: (212) 838-4120
Event Type: conversation
Organized By: Carnegie Council
Latest Activity: Mar 22, 2016

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A refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border. CREDIT: Shutterstock

Violence in Syria has displaced more than half of its population. More than 4.5 million refugees have fled into neighboring countries with an additional half a million making their way to Europe. What is the impact on Turkey? How can these refugees be protected?

Kemal Kirişci is the TÜSİAD senior fellow and director of the Center on the United States and Europe's Turkey Project at Brookings Institution. Previously, Kirişci was a professor of international relations and held the Jean Monnet chair in European integration in the department of political science and international relations at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul.

Speaker: Kemal Kirişci

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