The refugee crisis Student name Institution The current refugee crisis is a global problem. The mass migration of citizens from countries like Syria Afghanistan Libya Somalia and Iraq has resulted in a global outcry to help and solve the menace. Residents are mostly running away from violence state persecution and poor living conditions in war-ravaged countries. In Syria for instance the single largest contributor of refugees in the world citizens are running away from forceful recruitment by government forces rebels and terrorist organizations that are fighting for the control of the country. The fleeing of the people from their countries has resulted in devastating effects on the host nations as well as their nations. In Lebanon and Jordan the biggest hosts of refugees from Syria public infrastructure are strained and cannot support the imploding population. As of 2016 it was estimated that a third of Jordan residents are refugees and solve the refugee crisis. Data used in this report is obtained from the UN organizations such as UNHCR. Also there is a lot of data obtained from the US government data on refugees. The main recommendations identified by the authors include leveraging more support for frontline states such as Jordan Turkey Lebanon and Kenya that houses the most refugees. The authors also recommend that the global community should establish a coalition for the resettlement of refugees. The article is however biased in the sense that the authors also suggest on capping the number of refugees nations should accommodate which essentially justify the actions taking in Europe of locking out refugees in some countries. The articles recommend the amount of money that frontline states should be given to building infrastructure in their countries. This article is therefore imperative in our study which requires recommendations to solving the refugee crisis. [...]
Prepare: To help with the preparation of your annotated bibliography, review the following tutorials and resources from the Ashford Writing Center: Introduction Paragraph Guide Thesis Statement tutorial Annotated Bibliography tutorial Sample Annotated Bibliography Evaluating Sources Write: For this assignment, review the Annotated Bibliography Formatting Guidelines and address the following prompts: Introductory Paragraph to Topic: Refer to the Final Argumentative Essay guidelines for your topic selection. Write an introductory paragraph with at least 150 words, which clearly explains the topic, the importance of further research, and ethical implications. Thesis statement: Write a direct and concise thesis statement, which will become the solution to the problem that you will argue or prove in the Week Five Final Argumentative Essay. A thesis statement should be a declarative statement that makes one point in 25 words or less. The thesis statement must appear at the end of the introductory paragraph. Annotated Bibliography: Develop an annotated bibliography to indicate the quality of the sources you have read. For each annotation, you need to summarize in your own words how the source contributes to the solution of the global societal issue. Your annotation should be one to two paragraphs long (150 words or more) and fully address the purpose, content, evidence, and relation to other sources you found on this topic. The annotated bibliography must include no less than five scholarly sources that will be used to support the major points of the Final Argumentative Essay. Critical thinking skills need to be demonstrated by accurately interpreting evidence used to support various positions of the topic. The Introduction, Thesis Statement, and Annotated Bibliography Assignment Must be 1,000 – 1,250 words in length (excluding the title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Must include a separate title page with the following: Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted Must use at least five scholarly sources. Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.