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Black - Chapter 02

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Buy and Download Description In various parts of the world, and throughout the twentieth century, the transition from conflict to peace has led to the repatriation of exiles to their countries of origin (Coles 1985). Over recent decades, increases in the world's refugee and asylum-seeking populations have led to an increase in the number of people going back to their countries of origin at the end of war and conflict.1 The visibility of such moves is also growing. The laws of migration are such that every outward movement generates a back flow and there is research which suggests that this might be proportional, varying with flows of different magnitude and under different circumstances. This logic means that increases in returns from coercive war-related migration will also be associated with earlier increases in outward movements. In various parts of the world, and throughout the twentieth century, the transition from conflict to peace has led to the repatriation of exiles to their countries of origin (Coles 1985). Over recent decades, increases in the world's refugee and a
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