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"Australia and the Birth of Israel: Midwife or Abortionist"
"Human Rights and Expulsion: Giving Content to the Concept of Asylum"
(Oxford University Press, 1992)
This paper explores the potential in granting asylum as a means of fulfilling a State's protection obligations. The nature and content of asylum are examined. Current practices for conferring refugee status under the 1951 ...
Implementation of Peace Agreements in Civil Wars: The Problem of Refugee Repatriation
(Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, 1998)
“Managing Difference: Gender and Culture in Humanitarian Emergencies”
(Taylor and Francis (Routledge), 1998)
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has a mandate to respond to crises of human displacement on a global scale. The ways in which the organization conceives of gender and culture in this humanitarian ...
"Refugees and Peacekeeping"
(York University, Centre for International and Security Studies, 1993)
Chapter 5: Membership and Dismemberment: The Body Politic and Genocide in Rwanda
(Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, 1997)
“A Post-Cold War Geography of Forced Migration in Kenya and Somalia”
(Taylor and Francis, 1999)
Drawing on recent research in the Horn of Africa, emerging patterns of managing forced migration in the post-Cold War landscape are identified and analyzed. While camps continue to house refugees, tbe meaning and value of ...
"On UNRWA: Review Article of Milton Viorst, Reaching for the Olive Branch: UNRWA and Peace in the Middle East"
(Canadian Academic Foundation for Peace in the Middle East, 1992)
"Early Warning and ‘Ethnic’ Conflict Management: Rwanda and Kosovo"
(York University, Centre for Refugee Studies, 1999)
The author examines the way in which past conflicts shape the responses to current crises. In examining the facts of the Rwandan case compared with what is known of the Kosovo crisis, he identifies a number of similarities ...