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From the “Prologue” of A Country Within

  The world is in a permanent state of war, heedless of the effects — increasingly global in nature — on innocent people. Sometimes, in unexpected ways, war unites the noncombatants, the nonpoliticians, and the victims, and brings out the best in them. I experienced this unintended consequence of war in a small corner of the world when I traveled to Greece in late 2015 to help with what has been called “the refugee crisis” there. My story is personal, but its setting ...

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