Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria: why migration matters

Intrigue Outloud by International Intrigue

Episode notes

On this episode of Intrigue Outloud, Erol Yayboke joins Ethan Plotkin to discuss why a decade of migration and displacement made the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria on 6 February so deadly, and how regional governments should respond to renewed migration pressure.

Erol is the director of the Project on Fragility and Mobility at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and an adjunct professor at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Public Policy.

Shattered Relief: A 7.8-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Turkey and Syria by Erol.

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