Mass migration of refugees is a current topic of heated political debate in the media. According to Jacqueline Bhabha, it’s not really a crisis, nor is it a historical first. In her book Can We Solve the Migration Crisis?, Bhabha, a professor of Practice of Health and Human Rights at Harvard University, uses philosophy to justify her claim that aiding and assisting refugees is not only an obligation that foreign governments must uphold, but is also the morally right thing to do. Bhabha releases her book amid a global rise of xenophobia and political ethnic nationalism. Recently, the Trump administration issued a proposal that would make it harder for legal immigrants to become U.S. citizens. Bhabha joins us to put the current wave of mass migration into context, and whether we can solve this “crisis”.