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The Rohingyas : From Stateless to Refugee

  title={The Rohingyas : From Stateless to Refugee},
  author={Imtiaz Ahmed},
‘Rohingya,’ ‘stateless,’ and ‘refugee’ all are modern concepts, standing not only for constructions that are modern but also for the realities, arising mainly out of an organization and reproduction of the modern national state. While few will contend the terms ‘refugee’ and ‘stateless,’ in fact, their contemporary nomenclatures are now well established (thanks to the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugee and 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons… 

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