- Jan 2 20172 minutes
Our Journey Begins
THERE ARE FEW MORE WONDROUSLY TERRIFYING moments in a woman’s life than when she gives birth, delivering unto the world the passenger she has been carrying for nine months and then meeting directly for the first time. Tissue skin. Lumpy feet. Deep-po
- Jan 2 201712 minutes
World Children Of No Nation
How do you keep a family together when you’ve lost everything? TIME begins a year with refugee mothers and infants entering an uncertain future
- Jan 1 201717 minutes
The Business Of Rescue
HOW ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST HUMANITARIAN AID ORGANIZATIONS IS HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE A COMPLEX ISSUE IN WAYS THAT REALLY MATTER
- Aug 8 20163 minutes
A Summer of Bloodshed Threatens Europe’s Union
“WE ARE ON THE BRINK OF A CIVIL war.” That’s how Patrick Calvar, head of France’s domestic-security agency, described the jihadist threat to his country in early summer. Just a few weeks later, a man drove a truck through crowds in Nice, killing 84 p
- Dec 1 20163 minutes
Maram Salim on where to spot graffiti and taste sheep’s neck.
- Nov 25 20164 minutes
Afghanistan’s Other Refugee Crisis
Reports of intensified harassment have fed suspicions that Pakistan is pushing out long-term refugees in what could be the the world's largest forced migration.
- Dec 19 20166 minutes
Divergence Grows In The America-Israel Relationship
JERUSALEM—Some international relationships, as White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest pronounced in July, transcend “any single personality.” Given the overtly tenuous chemistry between U.S. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjami
- Oct 7 20165 minutes
A Homeless World
With a huge chunk of mankind on the move, 193 countries have finally struck an agreement on migrants and refugees.
- Oct 10 20162 minutes
Shimon Peres Could Change. Can the Israelis and the Palestinians?
THE LIFETIME OF SHIMON PERES, who died on Sept. 28 at age 93, spanned the lifetime of the state of Israel. Born in what is now Belarus, his family moved to Tel Aviv more than a decade before Israel was founded in 1948. He lived on a kibbutz when thos
- Sep 19 201611 minutes
Between the Devil And the Deep Blue Sea
SMUGGLERS ARE PUTTING REFUGEES ON RAFTS THAT HAVE VIRTUALLY NO CHANCE OF COMPLETING THE DANGEROUS MEDITERRANEAN CROSSING—TURNING EVERY RESCUE INTO A LIFE-OR-DEATH MISSION TO SAVE HUNDREDS OF MIGRANTS
- Sep 26 20161 minute
Can the World Agree on a Plan to Help Refugees?
T.J. GLOBAL LEADERS WILL ATTEND TWO HIGH-PROFILE meetings Sept. 19–20 on the issues of migration and refugees. Summits hosted by the U.N. and U.S. President Barack Obama will attempt to forge a global response to the plight of the 65.3 million peopl
- Dec 4 20163 minutes
Is It Too Late To Save The Two-State Solution?
Secretary of State John Kerry thinks there’s still time—but the process is moving in the wrong direction.
- Dec 24 20166 minutes
A Prayer For Peace In Bethlehem
An iconic city and its struggles
- Nov 14 201612 minutes
The Syrians Next Door
Two years after fleeing their home, the Tameem family became the first Syrian refugees in Iowa
- Jun 13 20161 minute
Crossing cultures with laughter
- Dec 1 20166 minutes
The Man Going Back
Tens of millions of people are displaced around the world. I met one in Djibouti faced with an impossible choice.
- Sep 26 20161 minute
Barriers at the Borders
It’s not just Donald Trump who’s seeking to build a “big, beautiful wall.” The U.K. said Sept. 6 that it would fund a wall in the French port of Calais to keep out migrants, one of many in the works around the world.
- Oct 3 20168 minutes
Europe Swings Right
Austria is poised to elect a far-right President, in the clearest sign yet of a continental drift rightward.
- Aug 1 201613 minutes
The Longest Run
THE FIRST TEAM OF REFUGEE OLYMPIANS WILL BE COMPETING FOR DIGNITY
- Jan 2 20171 minute
Refugees Through The Looking Glass
A new novel imagines migrant escape via magic portals
- Dec 3 20164 minutes
A Post-Election Field Report From America's Refugees And Immigrants
Words and stories from the towns where the newest Americans live
- Oct 14 20168 minutes
The Berkeley Intifada
When Paul Hadweh decided to make his own course dedicated to exploring Palestine, he was approved, then denied, then reinstated after a frenzy of international backlash.