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Humanitarian Aid for Syrian Refugee

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International Relations/Affairs

Research paper outline

  1. Introduction
    1. Thesis:
      1. Based on the political and economical reason, to what extent the refugees and displaced people in Syria migrate to other countries but somehow suffer from the humanitarian and migration intervention?
    2. Background
      1. Intention to migration:
        1. Despite these generalizations, in practice the international community seems to intervene less according to the rights violated, and more in response to large population movements. Migration flows are now being increasingly connected to political, social, economic, and environmental security concerns. (Abell 535)
        2. The international intervention is not really helping the Syrian
          1. S. will admit 10,000 Syrian refugees and resettlement over the next 12 month
          2. Syrians crossed into Jordan at a rate of 1,500-2,000 per day
          3. EU strengthening the borders
  • Why:
    1. The national border (threat to countries)
    2. Migration process
  1. Conclude: Although the Western countries welcome and support the Syrian Refugee by accepting them to their borders, some politicians are worried about the harm from the new-comers and therefore delay the help to them. E.g. Trump speech about Muslim. To map out the linkage and conflict between the Syrian refugees and the humanitarian and migration intervention
  • Point 1: What they are suffering into? economic
    1. Main idea: Syrian face the difficulties on economic sustainability, like daily supplies and self-security issues. (economic impacts on individual refugees and their livelihood + host countries and population
    2. Supporting evidence:
      1. Drought, securitization of water (Erika 294)
      2. Poverty
  • Insecurity and safety issue
  1. => continuing disadvantage economic environment
  1. Conclusion: Syrian fled to different countries and seek for better living environment.
  1. Point 2: contradiction on migration policy about refugee and asylum
    1. Main idea: On the political and international policy side, the Western countries have difficulties to offer a lot of help to refugees and asylum-seekers.
    2. Supporting evidence:
      1. Long before the current violence, this was a country of multifaceted problems: unemployment, income inequality, suppression of minorities, suppression of opposition is just a few issues to name. (Yazgan 181)
    3. Point 3 : political interest behind the humanitarian aid
      1. Main idea: The Western countries consider national security and borders in the first place and beyond the refugee crisis, after the terrorism happened in the United States and France. The Western countries have tightened the policy on migration, refugees, and asylum-seeker. (copy from somewhere, rephrase!)
      2. Supporting evidence:
        1. relevance of foreign policy objectives and practices in migration policy making; Syrian policy in particular has influenced how it has responded differently to Syrians’ mass influx. (Aras193)
      3. Conclusion
        1. Syrian have to flee from their homeland because of different insecurity on political and economical reasons.
        2. Although the Western countries are willing to assist financially and accepting the refugees, the continuing of ISIS attacks challenge and threat the countries on national security.
        3. As Europe have a high mobility within different countries, people see the acceptance of refugee is only harming and creating more damage.


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Yazgan, P., Utku, D. E., & Sirkeci, I. (2015). Syrian crisis and migration. Migration Letters, 12(3), 181-192. Retrieved from

Erika W., Neda Z., Jeannie S. (2015). “Securitizing Water, Climate, and Migration in Israel, Jordan, and Syria” 15(3), 293-307.

Sharp, Jeremy M., and Christopher M. Blanchard. “ARMED CONFLICT IN SYRIA: U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE*.” Current Politics and Economics of the Middle East 4.3 (2013): 403-78. ProQuest. Web. 21 Mar. 2016.

Aras, N. E., and Zeynep Sahin Mencutek. “The International Migration and Foreign Policy Nexus: The Case of Syrian Refugee Crisis and Turkey.” Migration Letters 12.3 (2015): 193-208. ProQuest. Web. 21 Mar. 2016

Free market needed? in humanitarian aid => not necessary

Political interest behind the humanitarian aid

Focus on Europe and Asia?

  • Humanitarian aid:


Fled to Korea=> no protection.. by comparing

Angela Marco plan=>Syria region

Shut down …. Border control… contrast

Regime, that country that don’t involve… civil war regime.. because someone dunno let get in (U.S. Aid) => show difficulties

Domestic security is strong => its not problematic for them

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