Exile and Belonging: Refugees and State Policy in South Asia
This study deals with the refugee flows that South Asia has witnessed. It argues that while the refugee policy of those states is based on ideas of hospitality toward strangers rooted in the cultural and legal traditions of the region, implementation of the policies seldom reflect it.
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