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Refuge lost : asylum law in an interdependent world

Author: Daniel Ghezelbash
Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Series: Cambridge asylum and migration studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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As Europe deals with a so-called 'refugee crisis', Australia's harsh border control policies have been suggested as a possible model for Europe to copy. Key measures of this system such as long-term mandatory detention, intercepting and turning boats around at sea, and the extraterritorial processing of asylum claims were actually used in the United States long before they were adopted in Australia. The book  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Ghezelbash
ISBN: 9781108425254 1108425259 9781108441414 1108441416
OCLC Number: 1006525580
Description: xvii, 207 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction --
1.1. Legal Transfer, Policy Transfer and Diffusion --
1.2. Identifying Transfers --
1.3. Measuring Success --
1.4. Definitions --
1.5. The Road Ahead --
2. Managing Asylum-Seeker Flows in the Twenty-First Century --
2.1. Efficiency, Prestige and Coercion --
2.2. Cooperation and Competition --
2.3. The Quest for Control --
2.4. Impediments to Control --
3. Long-Term Mandatory Immigration Detention --
3.1. United States --
3.2. Australia --
3.3. Identifying Transfers --
3.3.1. Phase One: United States [→] Australia (1989 --
1994) --
3.3.2. Phase Two: Australia [→] United States (1996 --
2003) --
3.3.3. Phase Three: Australia [→] United States (2004 --
2016) --
3.4. Comparing the US and Australian Jurisprudence --
3.4.1. Mandatory Detention --
3.4.2. Indefinite Detention --
4. Maritime Interdiction --
4.1. US Coast Guard Alien Migrant Interdiction Program --
4.2. Australia's Interdiction and `Push-Back' Operations --
4.3. Comparing the US and Australian Jurisprudence --
5. Extraterritorial Processing --
5.1. Extraterritorial Processing in the United States --
5.1.1. Processing at Sea --
5.1.2. Guantanamo Bay --
5.1.3. Third Country Processing and Transfers --
5.2. Extraterritorial Processing in Australia --
5.2.1. Pacific Solution Mark I --
5.2.2. Christmas Island --
5.2.3. The Malaysian Solution --
5.2.4. Return to Offshore Processing: Pacific Solution Mark II --
5.2.5. The Australia-United States Resettlement Deals --
5.2.6. Processing at Sea --
5.3. Comparing the US and Australian Jurisprudence --
6. International Law --
6.1. Mandatory Detention --
6.1.1. Arbitrary Detention --
6.1.2. Right to Challenge Detention --
6.1.3. Conditions of Detention --
6.1.4. Duration of Detention --
6.2. Maritime Interdiction --
6.2.1. Stopping Boats --
6.2.2. `Taking' --
6.2.3. Non-refoulement --
6.2.4. Collective Expulsion --
6.2.5. `Place of Safety' --
6.3. Extraterritorial Processing --
6.3.1. Conditions in Extraterritorial Camps --
6.3.2. Quality of RSD and Risk of Refoulement --
6.3.3. State Responsibility --
6.3.4. Transferring Asylum Seekers to Third Countries --
6.4. Special Protections for Child Asylum Seekers --
6.5. Non-Discrimination and Non-Penalisation --
7. Lessons for Other Jurisdictions --
7.1. The `Australian Solution' as a Model for Europe? --
7.1.1. Maritime Interdiction --
7.1.2. Extraterritorial Processing --
7.2. Interdiction and Push-Back Operations in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia --
7.3. Mandatory Detention in Canada and New Zealand --
7.4. Lessons for Lawmakers --
7.4.1. Legal Success --
7.4.2. Programmatic Success --
7.4.3. Process Success --
7.4.4. Political Dimension --
7.4.5. Ramifications for the International Refugee Protection Regime.
Series Title: Cambridge asylum and migration studies.
Responsibility: Daniel Ghezelbash.

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