This fact sheet provides an overview of the US refugee admittance process and the current research on the threat posed to US national security by refugees.
The executive order titled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” intended to ban entry of foreign nationals to the US in three different ways. It placed a temporary hold on entry of all kinds from seven countries previously identified by the Obama administration as “countries of concern,” placed an indefinite hold on entry of Syrian nationals, and placed a temporary hold on the entry of foreign nationals with refugee visas. This fact sheet focuses on the third group: refugees. It provides an overview of the US refugee admittance process and the current research on the threat posed to US national security by refugees.
One Earth FutureWritten byOne Earth Futureon April 3, 2014
A series of workshops convened by the One Earth Future Foundation and Rodney Bruce Hall (Oxford University) on the topic of the roles NGOs can play in contributing to peace and good governance resulted in the book Reducing Armed Violence with NGO
Fred KrawchukWritten byFred Krawchukon November 26, 2013
A hallmark of the contemporary international system is the complexity of problems facing actors today. Yet creative facilitators can build bridges between a wide array of actors to address these most difficult challenges.
Eamon AloyoWritten byEamon Aloyoon October 7, 2013
Scholars have proposed a number of different ways to improve global accountability, but none has adequately addressed how individuals who commit widespread or systematic nonviolent wrongs can be held to account.
Oceans Beyond Piracy (OBP), a project of the One Earth Future Foundation; the International Maritime Bureau (IMB); and the Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme (MPHRP) are pleased to present the Human Cost of Maritime Piracy, 2012.
Past research on business engagement with human rights, peace, and security has identified specific reasons why national and transnational companies may be interested in participating, as well as how they have contributed to protecting human rights
Written byConor Seyle, David Cortright, Kristen Wallon April 26, 2013
This white paper offers a synthetic review of empirical evidence on the elements of state governance that affect interstate and intrastate armed conflict. In the first part of the paper we examine state capacity and institutional quality.