CUNY TV logo


This edition: Syria: The World's Largest Refugee Crisis

Online media for this show is not available on our website.

Episode Details

Syrians have for a century welcomed over a million refugees from Armenia, Palestine, Iraq and other countries around the region. Now, thanks to a multiyear civil war, they are on track to become the source of the world's largest refugee population in a matter of months. As Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and other neighbors strive to accommodate the millions of Syrians, the risk of allowing Syrians to become dependent on emergency aid and forming a "lost generation" remains.

Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America
Shadi Hamid, Author, Temptations of Power
Antonio Guterres, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees
Elias Bou Saab, Minister of Education, Lebanon
David Miliband, President and CEO, International Rescue Committee
Amb. Robert Ford, Former U.S. Ambassador to Syria
Mohamad Bazzi, Associate Professor of Journalism, Council on Foreign Relations
Deborah Amos, International Correspondent, NPR
Gayle Smith, Senior Director, National Security Council
Rochelle Davis, Assoc. Professor of Anthropology, Georgetown University
Joseph Chamie, Former Director, U.N. Population Division
Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director, U.N. World Food Programme
Geneive Abdo, Fellow, Stimson Center
Frederic Hof, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
William Luers, The Iran Project
Fen Osler-Hampson, Director of Global Security & Politics Prgroam, CIGI
Frank Wisner, Former U.S. Ambassador to India
Amb. R. James Woolsey, Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency

  • No upcoming shows on the schedule