The U.S. Isn’t Doing Much to Resettle Syrian Refugees. That Probably Won’t Change.

Political pressure and a daunting screening process make it hard for the U.S. to accept many more Syrian refugees.

Migrants protest outside a train that they refused to leave for fear of being taken to a refugee camp, near Budapest, Hungary.
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