Blog Posts: Hungary

Discovery of mythic ‘Nazi Gold Train’ highlights flaws in Holocaust restitution system

The Terezin Declaration and other international agreements lay out out voluntary principles for returning property seized from Jews in the Nazi era. Those may be on a collision course with Polish law on findings, if a soon-to-be-unearthed train lives up to its myth.


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No Comments | Posted by Amanda R. Dizon on Thu. October 22, 2015 9:31 PM
Categories: Genocide, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts)

Can the EU develop an effective response to its Syrian refugee crisis?

An EU plan to resettle 120,000 Syrian refugees is a good start but does not adequately address the problems asylum-seekers face in EU member states, including individual member states' actions that may violate international and EU law on refugees and human rights.


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No Comments | Posted by Madison L. Beveridge on Tue. October 20, 2015 12:44 PM
Categories: European Union, Greece, Hungary, International Human Rights, Islamic State, Italy, Refugees/Asylum, Reports (longer, analytical blog posts), Syria

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