No return, no refuge : rites and rights in minority repatriation /

Refugee displacement is a global phenomenon, uprooting hundreds of millions of individuals over the last century. Yet until the 1980s, repatriation, or the right of return, was not a focus of refugee policy, and though it might enjoy a privileged position in today's debates, repatriation remain...

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Author / Creator: Adelman, Howard, 1938-
Format: eBook Electronic
Language notes:In English.
Imprint: New York : Columbia University Press, 2011.
Online Access:Click here for full text
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction; 1. The Rites of Rights; 2. The Right to Expel as an International Norm: 1900-1945; 3. Outlawing Ethnic Cleansing: Principles and Practices After World War II; 4. Reversing Ethnic Cleansing Bosnia Versus Kosovo; 5. Resettling Refugees from Asia; 6. Force and Repatriation in Africa: The Right of Return in Africa; 7. From Jewish Messianism to the Law of Return: Antiquity to Modernity; 8. Palestinians and the Right of Return; 9. Rights and Return; 10. Ethnic Conflict and Nonreturn; Notes; Index.