The Syrian Refugee Crisis
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The recent Syrian conflict has caused one of the biggest humanitarian crises in history. It has altered the humanitarian and political landscape in the Middle East. The world has become a witness of violence in Syria that forces natives to leave their homes. The Syrian refugee crisis has affected not only Syrian economy, culture, and other spheres of life but also neighboring and other countries.

This conflict, which began in March 2011, has deprived millions of people from their homes, and they fled to neighboring countries such as Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan, and other states (The Syrian refugee crisis, 2016). This conflict has placed a huge strain on other countries in which refugees have been seeking protection. Currently, nearly 13.5 million Syrians need assistance and 6.3 million of them are displaced within their own country, and half of those refugees who have been forcedly relocated are children struggling to survive in this critical situation (Ostrand, 2015). In addition, more than 4.8 million Syrian refugees are fleeing to neighboring countries, and a third of them are school-aged children, that is, children 5–17 years old (Ostrand, 2015). Besides, the war leads to spoliation, cultural destruction and illegal trade. Admittedly, a lot of Syrian monuments and other important objects are significantly damaged or destroyed.

The Syrian refugee crisis has created the most terrible situation in the world for children. In recent years, the government and the rebels have destroyed more than 3000 schools, and more than 50 percent of children are unable to learn (Miller, 2016). Furthermore, 3 million children lack food, medications and shelter, and more than 1 million of them live in conditions of constant blockade and cannot expect to receive this assistance. The findings revealed that more than 13,000 children have been killed since 2011 (Bolton, 2016). However, these are documented figures, and the real situation can be even worse. Oftentimes, children lose their homes, parents and other people who are close to them. Although international organizations try to support them, providing shelters in neighboring countries, it is a great burden for these countries. In fact, all states that accept Syrian refugees experience significant difficulties.

Furthermore, the Syrian refugee crisis continues to have a negative impact on the countries of the region. In relation to the activities of radical groups and the flow of illegal migrants, the Syrian crisis has become a global problem. Thus, neighboring countries such as Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon have felt the negative impact since 2011 (Miller, 2016). According to Bolton (2016), now these four countries not only have to deal with the migration crisis and the fight against terrorist organizations and other extremist groups but also must solve various problems arising out of the Syrian crisis. Considering the consequences of this crisis in relation to each country, the flow of migrants affects Turkey the most as this state has received the largest number of asylum seekers.

Syrian refugees meet many obstacles in the European countries. In fact, the Syrian instability affects the US and EU strategy because displacement and violence related to this instability preoccupy their foreign policy. Many experts suggest that the war in Syria has caused the most powerful migration crisis in Europe (Koroutchev, 2016). Syrian refugees are a significant burden for European economy. Moreover, it is difficult for the European governments to organize a large group of migrants, not to mention those who ask for asylum.

To conclude, the Syrian refugee crisis has devastating consequences for Syrian people, economy, and culture. Moreover, it affects neighboring and other countries. This situation is unlikely to disappear in the short term. Therefore, along with the settlement of the Syrian crisis, it is necessary to develop comprehensive and sustainable policies aimed at eliminating the consequences of the crisis for other countries.


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