Abdelaaty examines asylum admissions in International Interactions

Abdelaaty,-Lamis.jpgWhy would a country welcome some refugees and treat others poorly? More specifically, why do countries accept some asylum applications and reject others? In her study titled "Rivalry, ethnicity, and asylum admissions worldwide," Assistant Professor of Political Science Lamis Abdelaaty argues that states’ approaches to refugees are shaped by foreign policy and ethnic politics. The article was published in International Interactions. 11/16/20