Dozens of Northeastern students have worked as part of their global experiential program to help solve the world’s biggest humanitarian crisis.
“Any attempt to link Syrian refugees to the threat of terrorism is xenophobic scaremongering, pure and simple,” says Rachel Rosenbloom, an immi¬gra¬tion policy expert and asso¬ciate pro¬fessor of law at Northeastern.
on refugees who have fled the ongoing turmoil in Syria, Northeastern professors shed light on mistakes that have been made and offer solutions to the crisis.
On Monday, the United States launched strategic airstrikes on ISIS targets in parts of Syria and Iraq. It was a move President Obama had no choice but to make, says assistant professor of political science Max Abrahms.
At the panel discussion, experts agreed that the type of solution that ends the conflict in Syria will play a major role in determining the Middle East’s future.
On Wednesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed on a resolution that would authorize a military strike on Syria within 90 days. President Barack Obama is asking Congress to support […]
Sixteen journalism students traveled to Jordan to report on the Middle East through a Dialogue of Civilizations program.
Northeastern’s International Relations Council (IRC) recently sent a delegation to the Southeast Regional Model Arab League competition to represent Syria. The Northeastern delegation took a nontraditional approach, choosing to attend as the Syrian National Council, which is leading the uprising against the government of Bashar al-Assad. We asked IRC president Lara Cole to explain the club’s approach to the competition, in which Northeastern tied for first place.