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Results from 1 to 10 out of 28 about "matnashed"

Pity the Fisk

09 January, 2017

Comment: Robert Fisk's analysis of the conflict in Syria - and more recently the attack in Istanbul, lacks nuance and is morally misguided, writes Mat Nashed.

The EU's 'doublethink' on refugees

22 February, 2017

Comment: While the EU warns its own citizens against travelling to Libya, they see no problem in returning refugees to the war zone, writes Mat Nashed.

Time is ticking for 75,000 refugees at Jordan border

19 September, 2016

Comment: As the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants opens today, Mat Nashed calls on the international community to act urgently to help Syrian refugees trapped in the desert.

George W Bush: A portrait in repainting history

13 March, 2017

Comment: George W Bush is attempting to reinvent himself with a collection of paintings focused on servicemen and women whose lives were torn apart by his wars, writes Mat Nashed.

The real EU migration debate

22 April, 2015

Comment: The death toll in the Mediterranean has put pressure on European governments to restart rescue missions. But that debate ignores a core issue asylum policy, says Mat Nashed.

Refugee or migrant? A perilous question

18 December, 2018

Comment: Vulnerable people should be protected regardless of whether they fit into the definition of a refugee, writes Mat Nashed.

The UNHCR is failing to protect refugees

07 September, 2018

Comment: Shocking abuses of power undermine attempts to end rampant corruption, writes Mat Nashed.

Getting away with murder?

10 October, 2018

Comment: The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi puts to bed the myth - beloved of the west - of reform in Saudi Arabia, writes Mat Nashed.

The EU must stop deporting Afghans to warzones

08 January, 2018

Comment: Sending Afghans back to a country where they risk persecution or death violates international and EU law, writes Mat Nashed.

European nationalism and xenophobia are trampling on children's rights

01 May, 2017

Comment: By reducing channels for legal migration, Europe is contributing to a dire situation for child refugees. Like any European child, they have the right to protection, writes Mat Nashed.

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