Non-Refoulement in a World of Cooperative Deterrence

@article{Hathaway2014NonRefoulementIA,
  title={Non-Refoulement in a World of Cooperative Deterrence},
  author={J. Hathaway and T. Gammeltoft-Hansen},
  journal={Columbia Journal of Transnational Law},
  year={2014},
  volume={53},
  pages={235-284}
}
Developed states have what might charitably be called a schizophrenic attitude towards international refugee law. Determined to remain formally engaged with refugee law and yet unwavering in their commitment to avoid assuming their fair share of practical responsibilities under that regime, wealthier countries have embraced the politics of non-entree, comprising efforts to keep refugees away from their territories but without formally resiling from treaty obligations. As the early generation of… Expand
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