American Sociological Association

What Happens When the United States Stops Taking in Refugees?

Most of the world’s 25.4 million refugees have been displaced for five or more years. A sharp curtailment in refugee arrivals to the United States, then, isn’t just a national decision, but a global disruption.

Authors

Molly Fee and Rewan Arar

Journal

Volume

18

Issue

2

Starting Page

18

Ending Page

23