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Should the U.S. accept refugees from Syria?

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Syria, officially the Syrian Arab Republic, is a country in Western Asia. De jure Syrian territory borders Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Turkey to the north, Iraq to the east, Jordan to the south, and Israel to the southwest, but the government's control now extends to approximately 30?40% of the de jure state area and less than 60% of the population.

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Refugees from Syria are having a difficult time in handling with things at once. Without food and shelter, refugees are made to beg in front of Europe and other countries. The acceptance of refugees has taken with full fervor in Germany and it has grave consequences with crime rate increasing at an alarming rate. Canadian government also took the initiative to accept refugees and it is turn of the US to accept them. There are two sides to this action – accepting refugees would be a humanitarian cause and on the contrary, accepting refugees would not be an easy task as it takes a toll on resources. The decision on refugees should not be taken in haste and every aspect of acceptance of refugees should be taken care.


The US is waging a great deal of resources in war against ISIS. The war against ISIS seems to go nowhere and its consequences are unbearable. The recent terrorist attacks in France and other parts of Europe are as shocking as it can be. We never know that ISIS sympathizers can knock at the doors of the great America anytime soon. Therefore, it becomes prime responsibility of the US to take a stand to ensure that ISIS existence is no more.


Another foreign policy issues is the closure of military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba has always been a major reason of rift between the US Administration and Military judges. The military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba came into existence in 2002. However, in the next few years, Administration was in a dilemma to continue with the detention center or not. Last year, President Barack Obama came with an idea to move detention center from Cuba to the United States. In contrast, more speculation is expected and much more turmoil is also visible in the coming times.

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