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The refugee crisis across Europe and the debate about immigration in the United States are stark examples of the way human migration impacts countries and international relations around the globe. These issues have become a top priority among Green School scholars, who explore migration patterns, the nature of global diasporas, the evolution of transient communities worldwide, and the associated humanitarian issues. Their work contributes to a greater understanding of contemporary global and public affairs, as societies on every continent reckon with the often-overwhelming pressures exerted by the flow of refugees and migrants.