In Greece, I saw people offer what little they had to share: child care, use of their showers, food.
Before the protests of support for refugees at airports this weekend, people were already sharing their lives with their new neighbors.
It was easy for me to get to Greece. But Europe's system of borderless travel only applies to some.
Refugee resettlement works. Here's why.
The prospect of Syrian refugees entering the U.S. has unleashed a wave of fear. But fear, while understandable, is an unreliable guide to policy.