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Refugees And Internally Displaced Persons In Contemporary World Politics

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: International Relations and Diplomatic Studies, Master
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Postgraduate

Required Readings

  1. Adelman, H. and Barkan, E. (2011) (eds).No Return, No Refuge: Rites and Rights in Minority Repatriation. New York: Colombia University Press.
  2. Bayefsky, A. F. (2006).Human Rights and Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons and Migrant Workers: Essays in Memory of Arthur Helton and Joan Fitzpatrick. Boston:Nijhoff Publishers
  3. Betts, A. (2014). ‘International Relations and Forced Migration’, in Qasmiyeh F E, Loescher G., Long K., and Sigona N. (eds).The Oxford Handbook of
  4. Refugee and Forced Migration Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  5. Davies, S. E. and Glanville (2010). Protecting the Displaced: Deepening the Responsibility to Protect. Boston:Nijhoff Publishers.
  6. Phough, C. (2005). The International Protection of Internally Displaced Persons, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  7. Pinycwa, A.G. (1998). Uganda and the Problem of Refugees. Kampala: Makerere University Press.
  8. Zolberg, A. R. and Benda, P. M. (2001).Global Migrants, Global Refugees: Problems and Solutions. New York:Berghahn Books.

Selected Journals

  1. International Affairs
  2. Foreign Affairs
  3. Global Governance
  4. Global Environmental Politics
  5. International Peacekeeping
  6. International Security
  7. World Politics
  8. Review of International Organizations
  9. Third World Quarterly
  10. Journal of International Organization Studies