Max Stephenson, Jr., a professor in the School of Public and International Affairs and the director of the Institute for Policy and Governance, and Yannis Stivachtis, a professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Center for European Union, Transatlantic, and Trans-European Space Studies, co-edited Policy and Politics of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Eastern Mediterranean States (Bristol, England: E-International Relations, 2023).

Together they contributed the following to the volume: “Introduction,” “From Securitization to Integration,” and “Concluding Remarks,” pp. 1–15, 16–32, and 255–60, respectively.

Stephenson’s individual contributions were: “UNHCR, National Policies and the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Lebanon and Jordan,” pp. 34–54, with Planning, Governance, and Globalization doctoral student Neda Moayerian, and “Investigating Refugee Agency Amidst Widespread Popular, Political and Economic Discrimination and Alienation,” pp. 129–42, with Muddather Abu-Karaki and Renad Abbadi.

Those by Stivachtis were: “National Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis: The Cases of Israel and Cyprus,” pp. 160–76, with Erica Martin, a senior Criminology, National Security and Foreign Affairs, and Russian major; and “National Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis: The Cases of Libya and Malta,” pp. 238–54, with Emma Casey, a master’s student in Political Science.

A PDF copy of the book is available here.