Alexander Betts The Guardian. What can we learn from the way we dealt with previous refugee emergencies? After all, this is not the first time. Online article here.
Klaus Neumann & Gwenda Tavan (eds) OpenAccess Book hereImmigration .
Kirsten McConnachie Humanity : an international journal of human rights, humanitarianism and development OpenAccess version here. What is a refugee camp? Existing definitions have focused on logics of power and institutions of governance. This article argues instead that refugee camps are best understood in relation to their purpose of containment. It posits ‘camps of containment’Continue reading “Camps of Containment: A Genealogy of the Refugee Camp (2016)”
Mike Charney (SOAS) Are we as scholars guilty of negligence in allowing genocides to happen? I recently saw on twitter a tweet from the US State Dept that it believes that “China has committed genocide & crimes against humanity against #Uyghur population in Xinjiang. Uyghurs & other Turkic Muslim minorities must be protected against futureContinue reading “Do Western Scholars Bear Some Guilt for Genocide in the PRC and Myanmar? (2021)”