Once the American public started paying attention, U.S. resettlement of Iraqi refugees increased tenfold. Trends in U.S. resettlement of refugees from the Iraq war and other overseas conflicts sheds light on prospects and strategies for aiding displaced Syrians.
Writing for the Brookings Markaz Blog.
A snapshot of public opinion four years in to the Arab Spring’s lone success story demonstrates that while Tunisians care about increased security, they are equally concerned about securing personal freedoms. A post for the Monkey Cage at Washington Post with Elizabeth Nugent and Radhouane Addala.
Who protests after a revolution? Protest surveys from simultaneous pro- and anti-government demonstrations during Tunisia's 2013 political crisis give us a sense of who brought down the country's first elected government -- and why.
Writing for Foreign Policy.
An overwhelming majority of Iraqi refugees still reside in the Middle East, and we see tremendous variation in the treatment and care of Iraqis in Arab states. Writing for the Costs of War project, 2011.