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Refugees in a Global Era

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Red Globe Press

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21 October 2005

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This topical new book offers an authoritative analysis of forced migration in the age of globalization. It explores histories of migration, the changing patterns of migration and the refugee experience of displacement,...

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This topical new book offers an authoritative analysis of forced migration in the age of globalization. It explores histories of migration, the changing patterns of migration and the refugee experience of displacement, flight and the search for asylum. Critical reading for all students seeking to understand the position of refugees today.

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Looks at the policies of Europe, North America and Australia
Topical and current issue, both in the academic and public sphere
Should appeal across disciplines

Foreword.- Introduction.- PART 1: DISORDERED WORLD Globalisation and Forced Migration.- Crisis of the State.- Migrants Old and New.- Chain Migration to Forced Migration.- PART 2: RIGHTS Refugees and Rights.- Towards Disaster.- From Ambassadors to Aliens.- Legality and Authenticity.- PART 3: JOURNEYS AND DESTINATIONS Displacement.- Circuits of Migration.- Cultures of Terror, Cultures of Abuse.- Conclusion: Racism Without End?.- Bibliography.
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PHILIP MARFLEET is Reader in Refugee Studies and Director of the Refugee Research Centre at the University of East London, UK. He has published widely in the fields of development, migration and Middle East studies and is editor (with Ray Kiely) of Globalisation and the Third World.

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PHILIP MARFLEET is Reader in Refugee Studies and Director of the Refugee Research Centre at the University of East London, UK. He has published widely in the fields of development, migration and Middle East studies and is editor (with Ray Kiely) of Globalisation and the Third World.

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