Seeing Through a Glass, Darkly: The Social Context of `Particular Social Groups' in Lwin

Thomas, John Hans
June 1999
Brigham Young University Law Review;1999, Vol. 1999 Issue 2, p799
Academic Journal
Discusses the application of the Refugee Act of 1980 in the Lwin versus INS case. Historical and legislative background on refugee law; Identification of the humanitarian purposes of refugee law; Conclusions.


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