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Refugee Problems of Twentieth Century

Ishtiyaq Ahmad (Author)
Synopsis Present a comprehensive write up and highlighting the refugee problem from various dimensions. This book chat the background definition of refugee, causes of refugee movements, refugee and human rights and rights of refugees. The author then explore that the international community i.e. UNHCR, organisational structures and function. He then analyse the relationship between UNHCR and other UN specialised agencies. It examines the task of explaining the dislocation of African population in the wake of attainment of independence by African states. During 1951 to 1966, around, forty African countries became independent. The process of decolonization brought new and powerful political forces into play and released new conflicts which created mass displacement. The Afghanistan Refugee problem which was created by the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan in 1979 sent more than 5.5. million refugees in Pakistan and Iran, and role of international community. The problem of Palestinian Refugees in West Asia and UN efforts of dealing with the question of Palestinian Refugees by creating UN special agency (UNRWA), and Kurdish Refugee problem in West Asia, the position and condition of Kurds in Turkey, Iran, Iraq and status of Kurdish Refugee aftermath of Gulf War, have all been lucidly explained in various chapters. This study will prove a valuable reference book to both scholar and students of social sciences and human rights.
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Bibliographic information

Title Refugee Problems of Twentieth Century
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Mohit Publications
Language: English
isbn 8174452842
length xiii+167p.