"A fine example of the benefit of interdisciplinary perspectives and the fruitfulness of collaboration. I would strongly suggest this book to anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the condition of displaced peoples." Global Change, Peace and Security "Agier writes thoughtfully and passionately about the plight of his subjects." Commonweal "The essays would provide excellent material for review and discussion in short courses on forced migration, where it would provide valuable stimulus for debate amongst humanitarians, researchers and policy makers." Journal of Refugee Studies "A seminal, eye-opening study ... the most insightful inquiry to date into the plight of the refugees of the present era." Zygmunt Bauman, Universities of Leeds and WarsawReseña del editor:
Fifty million people in the world today are victims of forced relocation caused by wars and violence. This remarkable book sheds light on the process of dislocation and quarantine which is affecting an ever-growing proportion of the world's population.
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