Formalizing Displacement: International Law and Population Transfers

@inproceedings{zsu2014FormalizingDI,
  title={Formalizing Displacement: International Law and Population Transfers},
  author={Umut {\"O}zsu},
  year={2014}
}
Introduction 1. The Ottoman Empire and the International Law of Minority Protection, 1815-1923 2. Early Experiments in Population Transfer, 1913-9 3. 'A Subject Which Excites the Deepest Interest Throughout the Civilised World': Legal Diplomacy at the Conference of Lausanne 4. Humanitarianism, the World Court, and the Relation between Domestic and International Law Conclusion 
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