Subscribe to the Magazine
Give a Gift Subscription
Buy Back Issues
Current Issue Contents
New York Magazine
Displaying all articles tagged:
Virginia Mayor Praises Japanese Internment
He approvingly cites Roosevelt’s policy of Japanese internment.
De Blasio Jumps Into Scrum Over Refugees
The mayor said turning them away would be “to hand terrorists a victory over our democracy.”
Jeb Bush Says He Wouldn’t Ban Syrian Refugees
Jeb Bush may be low-energy, but when it comes to Syrian refugees, he isn’t low-empathy.
Vitter Campaign Goes All In on Refugee Hysteria
Trailing badly, Vitter portrays his Democratic opponent as soft on Syrian orphans.
The U.S. Will Accept More Refugees, But That Won’t Help Many Syrians
For most people displaced by the Syrian civil war, America’s response is too little, too late.
Croatia Overwhelmed by Thousands of Migrants
The European Union’s muddled response to the crisis is now on full display.
Pope Francis’s Refugee Morality Play
Francis applies familiar Catholic values and waits for the world’s knees to buckle.
United States Will Accept 10,000 Syrian Refugees
After Kerry said Wednesday that the
would increase the total number of refugees to 75,000.
Malala Marked Her First Day of Adulthood by Opening a School
The Nobel Peace Prize–winning activist spent the day with Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Lebanon Would Like Syria to Please Stop Sending Refugees Already