Anomalous states : governing refugees in international relations
This thesis is a discursive and institutional history of refugees in the twentieth century. It explores the relations of power that form and transform the condition of possibility for representations of refugees and interventions made in the name of the ‘refugee problem’. The focus is on the relationship between the government of refugee, the states-system, and the cultural specificities of Western modernity. The thesis contains three propositions. Firstly, the issue of refugees is an...[Show more]
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