The Mass Migration of Refugees and International Law

Chamberlain, Margaret Dyer
1983

Volume 7, Issue 1. Winter Until the 1960s, international concern over "refugee" movements had essentially been restricted to conditions in Europe arising out of World War II. Since that time, mass migrations in other parts of the globe, particularly the Third World, have challenged the established definition of "refugee" in international law and made new demands upon the wo... read more

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