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Bordered with boundless violence

Violent Borders Refugees and the Right to Move
Forfatter: Recce Jones
Forlag: Verso Books, 2016
The state has always tried to prevent people from moving freely and unattached. But isn't man really nomadic in his being?

Violent Borders. Refugees and the Right to Move is about the relationship between refugees, the nation state and human rights. According to human rights, all people have the right to travel from their own country to any other country, and back home. But this does not apply to refugees. Is not the refugee a human being? Yes, but. . .

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Henning Næss
Literary critic in MODERN TIMES.

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