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U.S. slow to open paths for Ukrainian refugees

As countries like Canada and the UK take steps to ease entry requirements for Ukrainian refugees, the U.S. still requires most Ukrainians to obtain an entry visa. “I think if the U.S. doesn’t do something further, it would be very out of pace with what most Western nations are doing right now to help support Ukrainians," says Middle East fellow Kelsey Norman, director of the Women's Rights, Human Rights and Refugees Program. More at KHOU news.

Read Norman’s Baker Institute brief on what you need to know about Ukrainian dislocation here.