Turkish politics and the future of Syrian refugees

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Like all countries which border Syria, Turkey has had to react to the worst of that country’s decade-long civil war. Millions of Syrians have fled, and tens of millions have been displaced. According to United Nations numbers, Turkey is currently hosting up to 3.6 million Syrian refugees – although the true number is likely larger. Many Syrians are not registered either with the Turkish state or with UN agencies. That number of people poses an administrative and financial challenge, but even more so, it is a political problem. Over the past ten years, Turkey’s government has dealt with hostili…

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