The Refugee in International Society: Between Sovereigns (Cambridge Studies in International Relations, nr. 106)

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Emma Haddad's historical study of refugees demonstrates that state responses to the refugee debate have always been qualitatively the same. She suggests that this is important in conceiving new ways to understand the refugee 'problem' and to formulate responses to it.
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ISBN-13: 9780521688956
ISBN-10: 0521688957
Pagini: 254
Ilustrații: black & white illustrations
Dimensiuni: 158 x 227 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.36 kg
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Seria Cambridge Studies in International Relations

Locul publicării: Cambridge, United Kingdom


1. The refugee 'problem'; Part I. The Refugee: A Conceptual Analysis: 2. Who is (not) a refugee?; 3. The refugee and the international states system; 4. Sovereign rights, human rights and security; Part II. The Refugee: An Historical Analysis: 5. The inter-war perspective; 6. Refugees and international protection in the Cold War era; Part III. The Refugee: A Contemporary Analysis: 7. The external dimension of EU refugee policy; 8. The way ahead.


'By taking seriously the idea that the refugee is an inevitable yet unanticipated feature of international society, Haddad offers distinctive insights into the significance and intractability of forced migration across borders. This intelligent, important and innovative work deserves to be widely read.' Matthew J. Gibney, Reader in Politics and Forced Migration, University of Oxford
'The refugee column is a melancholy emblem of the age. At a time when passion runs far ahead of understanding we are all in need of a careful analysis of the issues involved. Emma Haddad's beautifully written and compassionate account admirably fills this gap in the literature.' James B. L. Mayall, Emeritus Fellow in International Relations, University of Cambridge