John Jenkins

A blurred distinction between refugees and migrants is a recipe for chaos

A migrant family walks along the coast at Kingsdown Beach in Deal, England (Getty images)

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John Jenkins

Sir John Jenkins is a Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange and former UK Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. He co-leads the ‘Westphalia for the Middle East Project' at Cambridge University’s Centre for Geopolitics

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