If Brazil can find an efficient, pragmatic way to welcome, protect and integrate hundreds of thousands of forced migrants arriving at its border, so can more affluent states.
The US is violating its own law governing treatment of refugees.
More than two out of three displaced people are not refugees, but remain within their own country.
Because of its geography, the UK must put an end to uncertainty over asylum policy after Brexit.
The 'centre' has long been chasing the right on immigration politics.
Indonesia's decree on refugees honours a customary international law obligation of non-refoulement, or not expelling or returning refugees.
The Federal Government's proposal to permanently ban asylum seekers and refugees who come to Australia by boat is in direct contravention of the Refugee Convention.
Today's refugee crisis is not just about the movement of people. It is also about the human immobility that is baked into contemporary laws and politics. What, then, of the code of hospitality?