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Response to Jeff Crisp: 'A New Asylum Paradigm?'

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Jeff Crisp's article presents a characteristically compelling and insightful overview of the current state of the international refugee regime. Crisp challenges the reader to ask if we have passed the 'point of no return' in the increasingly heated debate on asylum, or if it is still possible to articulate a convergence between the interests of Northern and Southern states, on the one hand, and the protection needs of refugees, on the other. Indeed, while the future of the international refugee regime appears to be uncertain, Crisp's presentation of the various causes of this uncertainty provides policymakers with many of the ingredients of a possible antidote. ...

Document Type: Discussion

Publication date: March 1, 2005

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