In a world awash with violent, large-scale displacements and with borders closed to refugees across Europe, the United States and Australia, much has been said about the failures of humanitarian compassion. Reports abound of migrants left to drown by the thousands in the Mediterranean, and of those who reach foreign shores being warehoused in under-resourced and dangerous camps. The stories stand as an indictment of the global community’s lack of will to deal with—let alone acknowledge a shared responsibility for—these crises.
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