Chapter 12: Between the Wars - the Refugee Convention of 1933: A Contemporary Analysis
12. Between the wars – the Refugee Convention of 1933: A contemporary analysis Peter Fitzmaurice The modern study of the law of refugee protection conventionally commences in the years following the Second World War. The immediate post-war period ...
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