How do African states respond to the mass arrival and prolonged presence of refugees? This book answers this question by drawing on recent case studies and examining the politics behind refugee policy in Africa. The implications of this approach are important not only for the study of asylum in Africa, but also for the future of refugee protection.
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JAMES MILNER is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Carleton University, Canada. He is co-author of UNHCR: The Politics and Practice of Refugee Protection into the Twenty-First Century and co-editor of Protracted Refugee Situations: Political, Human Rights and Security Implications. He has worked with the UN's refugee agency in the field and its Geneva headquarters.Review:
"A useful contribution to the study of African refugee politics...Milner should be applauded for setting out this persuasive new research agenda."
- Oxford Journals, February 2011
'...this is an excellent book, thoughtful and provocative, and an example of the kind of engaged research we need if we care about pushing advocacy and support for refugees forward.' - Jacqueline Klopp, Columbia University, African Affairs
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