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In this revised and updated editon, Professor Goodwin-Gill analyzes all the major developments in the field of refugee law since the publication of the first edition in 1983. This text develops more fully the international law aspects of refugee problems, taking into account actions to forestall movements, as in the case of Northern Iraq, and to prevent the necessity for flight, which was the declared rationale for some at least of the international involvement in the former Yugoslavia
This text is intended for students, academics and lawyers of international law and refugee law, and lawyers and professionals working for non-government organizations concerned with refugees and asylum.