Can Refugee Cessation be seen as a proxy for the end of state fragility?

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Abstract

The cessation of refugee status results from a judgment that asufficient change has occurred in the refugees’ country of origin thatthey no longer require international protection. For individual refugees this may leave them in a precarious situation. For states hoping to dispel an image of being economically, politically or socially ‘fragile’, this judgment is clearly very helpful.
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Pages1-2
Number of pages2
Volume43
Specialist publicationForced Migration Review
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2013

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