PNG move proves Australia is not special

Brennan, Frank
July 2013
Eureka Street;7/26/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 14, p26
The article presents the author's views on immigration policy in Australia. He comments that a presence of a world of difference between an asylum seeker in direct flight from persecution seeking a transparent determination of their refugee claim is believed by all major political parties in Australia.


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