Refugees in an age of genocide

global, national, and local perspectives during the twentieth century

By Kushner, Tony & Knox, Katharine

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ISBN
978-0-71464-783-8
Publisher
London ; F. Cass, 1999.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on September 15, 1999

Despite its title, this book focuses on British policy toward refugees in the 20th century. The authors establish unequivocally that asylum for the persecuted is a "privilege granted by the state and not an automatic right" and is constrained by limited resources. Often, the "privilege" seems an outcome of political circumstance, economic calculation, and overt racism. Sinc...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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