The State of the World's Refugees, 2000: Fifty Years of Humanitarian Action
Office of the United Nations High Commis, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Oxford University Press, 2000 - 340 páginas
"Looking at the challenges of the 1990s, the book examines the population shifts in the former Soviet region, the Kurdish exodus from northern Iraq following the Gulf war, the increasingly restrictive asylum policies in Europe and North America, and the recent crises in the Balkans, the Great Lakes region of Africa, East Timor, and the Caucasus." "In this timely and important publication, UNHCR emphasizes the need to find lasting solutions to problems of forced displacement. Without human security, it argues, there can be no peace and stability."--BOOK JACKET.
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