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Buy and Download Description Sudan's refugee policy under successive governments had two major concerns: the threat to state security and the socio-economic burden caused by the refugees. The emphasis on the need to contain the threat to state security was maintained throughout the period under study, irrespective of whether a particular Sudanese regime attempted to contain the threat for the sake of stability or to use it to destabilise the regime in Ethiopia. After 1967, with the introduction of a policy which accepted the OAU norms for the treatment of refugees, the latter course of action became the exception rather than the rule. The Sudanese Government's adoption of the OAU norms was intentional, as they provided legitimacy for its attempts to suppress the political activities of the refugees and to contain any threat to the status quo. Under the influence of governments which, through their internal policies, had caused the exodus of their citizens, the OAU confirmed the link between refugees and the likelihood of threats to national and international security. Both Sudan and Ethiopia had encountered internal conflict which generated refugees, and each needed to contain the threat posed by their active oppositions in exile. In Sudan, as in Ethiopia, the OAU norms gave credence to what was originally an internal government policy to subdue opposition. Sudan's refugee policy under successive governments had two major concerns: the threat to state security and the socio-economic burden caused by the refugees. The emphasis on the need to contain the threat to state security was maintained througho
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