The Refugee Crisis That Wasn't

January 2011
Wilson Quarterly;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p69
A summary is presented of the article "The Politics of Aid to Iraqi Refugees in Jordan" by Nicholas Seeley in the Fall 2010 issue of "Middle East Report." It discusses conflicting reports about the number of Iraqi refugees in Jordan since the start of the Iraq War in 2001. Evidence that Jordan may have been inflating the number to get more international aid is discussed.


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