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Cambodia and Australia: Treating Refugees as Bargaining Chips
March 05, 2015
Cambodia and Australia: Treating Refugees as Bargaining Chips
The two countries are selective in their interpretation of international laws on the rights of refugees.
Cambodia and Australia: Treating Refugees as Bargaining Chips
The State Against the Stateless
November 20, 2014
The State Against the Stateless
International law cannot fix statelessness, because statelessness is created by the international order.
The State Against the Stateless
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
November 08, 2014
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
Rich countries like Australia are not pulling their weight when it comes to hosting the world’s displaced.
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
October 29, 2014
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
North West Australia could offer a resolution for Australia’s asylum seeker mess.
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
September 26, 2014
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
The Australian government tries to bury a much-maligned resettlement deal for asylum seekers.
An Unloved Australia Seals Its Cambodian Refugee Deal
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
August 12, 2014
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
A deal expected to be signed this week has already sparked widespread criticism.
Australia to Send Asylum Seekers to Cambodia
UN Slams Australia on Asylum Seekers
July 07, 2014
UN Slams Australia on Asylum Seekers
Reports that Australian authorities have handed Tamils back to Sri Lanka spark international criticism.
UN Slams Australia on Asylum Seekers
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
July 01, 2014
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
Australia’s policy of turning back asylum seekers continues to attract controversy.
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
June 02, 2014
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
A man has died of burns after setting himself on fire over fears he would be sent back to Sri Lanka.
Death in Australia Highlights Tamil Refugee Plight
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
May 28, 2014
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
The return is a step towards the normalization of relations following last year’s spy scandal.
Indonesia’s Ambassador Returns to Canberra
Can the Australian Military Think Out Loud?
April 01, 2014
Can the Australian Military Think Out Loud?
The ADF needs to engage intellectually, on topics from the future of war to gender issues.
Can the Australian Military Think Out Loud?
Australian Website Offers Apologies to Asylum Seekers
February 28, 2014
Australian Website Offers Apologies to Asylum Seekers
Hundreds of photos have been submitted in an effort to “humanize” the policy debate.
Australian Website Offers Apologies to Asylum Seekers
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