News From Nowhere

@article{Malkki2002NewsFN,
  title={News From Nowhere},
  author={Liisa H. Malkki},
  journal={Ethnography},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={351 - 360}
}
Michel Agier opens his reflections on the ‘city-camp’ by observing that the settlement of tens of thousands of refugees in camps run by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and other organizations is much more common in Africa and Asia than in Europe, and that this approach to the care and control of refugees seems to be a ‘speciality of poor countries’. The ‘dominant, even massive, use of the camp formula in the most dispossessed regions of the world’ forms the basis of… Expand

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