Vol. 31 Nbr. 2, December - December 2015
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- Recognizing and confronting state subjectivity in asylum adjudications.
- "We are in the middle of two great powers": refugees, activists, and government during the Plattsburgh border crisis of 1987.
- The psycho-social conditions of asylum-seekers from Darfur in Israel.
- Forced displacement and the crisis of citizenship in Africa's Great Lakes region: rethinking refugee protection and durable solutions.
- Fear and (in)security: the Canadian government's response to the Chilean refugees.
- Invisible lives and hidden realities of undocumented youth.
- Navigating civil war through youth migration, education, and family separation.
- Leaving care: unaccompanied asylum-seeking young Afghans facing return.
- Adjudicating Refugee and Asylum Status: The Role of Witness, Expertise and Testimony.
- Migrant Women of Johannesburg: Life in an In-Between City.
- Belonging: The Social Dynamics of Fitting In as Experienced by Hmong Refugees in Germany and Texas.
- The Law of Refugee Status, 2nd edition.
- Survival Migration: Failed Governance and the Crisis of Displacement.