Tampering With Asylum : A Universal Humanitarian Problem

By: Brennan, Fran

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234 pages. This book is an unread copy. Covers have no creasing or wear. Spine is uncreased. Pages are lightly tanned. By denying the Tampa and its cargo of asylum seekers permission to dock at the nearest landfall of Christmas Island, Australia signalled that it was dramatically closing its national borders. Trading on fear, and using mandatory detention in the Pacific, John Howard and Philip Ruddock effectively excluded asylum seekers from the Australian courts.Frank Brennan argues that the Australian government's response was a massive overreaction, possible only because Australia is a remote country with few asylum seekers and no land borders. He compares Australia's response with that of the United States and Europe and provides a practical blueprint for countries wanting to humanely protect asylum seekers. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Sociology & Culture; ISBN: 0702234168. ISBN/EAN: 9780702234163. Inventory No: 09060164. Paperback

Title: Tampering With Asylum : A Universal Humanitarian Problem

Author: Brennan, Fran

Categories: Sociology & Culture,

Publisher: Queensland, Australia, Univ of Queensland Pr: 2003

ISBN Number: 0702234168

ISBN Number 13: 9780702234163

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

kg: 0.34 kg

Seller ID: 09060164

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