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Project Launch: Post Withdrawal Implications

The New Lines Institute is pleased to be launching the Post-Withdrawal Security Landscape Project, a new initiative to inform policymakers on how the U.S. should responsibly withdraw from conflict zones so as not to embolden power vacuums and other geopolitical instability. This launch event coincides with the publication of a recent report covering the need for a Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) program for Syrian Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) partners given the current situation in Syria and Iraq, plus difficulties faced during the Biden administration’s withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2021.

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