The Right of Return to Iraq Under International Law
This volume brings together critical legal scholarship and theories of forced migration that draw attention to the dual role of law as it pertains to transitional justice and mass violence resulting in forced population movements. Contributors to the volume analyze how forced migration in the Global South have impacted contemporary realities. While there has been considerable focus on refugees and asylum seekers from conflict zones, there is less attention paid to the far more numerous internally displaced peoples (IDPs), stateless people, warehoused refugees, non-status displaced and returnees in the Global South. In this volume, a multidisciplinary group of scholars question the reasons behind the restrictive choices that lock us into area studies modalities instead of genuine interdisciplinary analysis by linking the traditional subject matter of transitional justice with the realities of forced migration in the Global South.
Cambridge University Press
forced migration, Global South
International Law | Law
Hannibal Travis and Shamiran Mako, The Right of Return to Iraq Under International Law, in TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND FORCED MIGRATION: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTH RUTGERS L. REC. (Nergis Canefe ed., Cambridge Univ. Press, December 2019)