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June 16th, 2016
Episode 1486 of 1644 episodes
Next time on Global Ethics Forum, Brookings Institution's Kemal Kirişci discusses the global consequences of the Syrian war and the refugee crisis. In this excerpt, Kirişci, a native of Turkey, calls for more refugee protection from Western countries, with particularly strong words for American politicians.
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