The End Of The Refugee Cycle? : Refugee Repatriation and Reconstruction.

At the start of the 1990s, there was great optimism that the end of the Cold War might also mean the end of the ""refugee cycle""--Both a breaking of the cycle of violence, persecution and flight, and the completion of the cycle for those able to return to their homes. The 1990s,...

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Other Authors / Creators:Koser, Khalid, editor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Imprint: New York, NY : Berghahn Books, 1999.
Series:Forced migration.
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Table of Contents:
  • The End of the Refugee Cycle?; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; PART 1: REFUGEE REPATRIATION AND RECONSTRUCTION; Chapter 1. The End of the Refugee Cycle?; Chapter 2. Researching Repatriation And Reconstruction; PART 2: MASS REPATRIATION OF REFUGEES; Chapter 3. Revisiting a 'Repatriation Success'; Chapter 4. Repatriation and Reconstruction; Chapter 5. Contradictions and Controlin Repatriation; Chapter 6. Repatriation from South Africa to Mozambique
  • Undermining Durable Solutions?; PART 3: THE COMPLEXITY OF REPATRIATION.
  • Chapter 7. Repatriation from the European Union to Bosnia-HerzegovinaChapter 8. The Point of No Return; Chapter 9. The 'Self' in Self-Repatriation; Chapter 10. From 'Refugee' to 'Repatriate'; PART 4: FROM REPATRIATION TO RECONSTRUCTION?; Chapter 11. Why Angolan Soldiers Worry about Demobilisation and Reintegration; Chapter 12. Repatriation and Everyday Forms of State Formation in Guatemala; Chapter 13. Examining the Discourse of Repatriation; Notes on Contributors; Bibliography; Index.