Cambodia

Between a crocodile and a tiger: Australia’s refugee deal with Cambodia

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MELISSA CURLEY believes Australia’s much-criticised deal to resettle refugees in Cambodia could help raise awareness of international norms relating to refugee protection in a country where it is sorely required. Australia’s decision to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Cambodian government on the resettlement of refugees in Cambodia—ostensibly as part of a wider ‘regional […]

Japan

The democratic deficit of collective self-defence in Japan

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