Volley Round: America's Interest in Syrian Refugee Crisis
Clip: Debaters address the question of whether or not it is in America's best interest to allow in 100,000 Syrian refugees.
A Refugee Policy Based on Need and Not Skill
Clip: Robert Ford says America should not discriminate against certain Syrian refugees while Jessica Vaughn suggests assistance is more effective than resettlement.
Can U.S. Choose Refugees that Will Assimilate into Culture?
Clip: David Frum and David Miliband discuss the possibility of being selective about which Syrian Refugees are allowed to immigrate to the United States based on how well they can integrate into society.
Why the U.S. Should Let in 100,000 Syrian Refugees
David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee and Robert S. Ford, a former ambassador to Syria, argue FOR the motion "The U.S. Should Let in 100,000 Syrian Refugees."
Why the U.S. Should NOT Let in 100,000 Syrian Refugees
David Frum, senior editor at The Atlantic, and Jessica Vaughan, director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies argue AGAINST the motion "The U.S. Should Let In 100,000 Syrian Refugees."