external “Syrian Refugees by James Nachtwey” —TIME LightBox


Browse through a gallery of TIME photographer James Nachtwey’s powerful photos of Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon.

The state of being a refugee is temporary, in theory, but without a place to go back to — a nation, a city, a home — limbo begins to look permanent, a designated space carved out of someone else’s country, where the basic needs of physical survival might be provided, but the rights of citizenship are forfeit, and human aspirations lose both their means and their direction.

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