New Periodical Issues

APRRN Updates (Sept. 2011) [full-text] – Newsletter of the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN). Goettingen Journal of International Law, vol. 3, no. 2 (2011) [open access full-text] – Mix of articles, including "Refugees on the High Seas: International Refugee Law Solutions to a Law of the Sea Problem," "Rights at the Frontier: Border Control and Human Rights Protection of Irregular International Migrants," and "Complementary Protection for Victims of Human Trafficking under the European Convention on Human Rights." International Migration, vol. 49, no. 5 (Oct. 2011) [contents] – Includes special feature on "Irregular Migration from a European Perspective." Also included is "Return of Separated Children: The Impact of Dutch Policies." International Review of the Red Cross, vol. 92, no. 880 (Dec. 2010) [full-text] – Now available in full-text. The theme of this issue is "Conflict in Afghanistan: Part I." International Review of the Red Cross, vol. 93, no. 881 (March 2011) [full-text] – Part II of "Conflict in Afghanistan," also in full-text. Mobilities, vol. 6, no. 3 (2011) [contents] – Special issue on "Mobilities and Forced Migration." Includes "Reconsidering the Problem of 'Bogus' Refugees with 'Socio-economic Motivations' for Seeking Asylum," "The Im/mobilities of Iraqi Refugees in Jordan: Pan-Arabism, 'Hospitality' and the Figure of the 'Refugee'," "Mobilising Images: Encounters of 'Forced' Migrants and the Bangladesh War of 1971," and "Statelessness and Environmental-Induced Displacement: Future Scenarios of Deterritorialisation, Rescue and Recovery Examined." Tagged Periodicals.

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