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  • 8 Jun 2020
    Daniel Ghezelbash

    COVID-19 and the End of Asylum

    The hard-won institution of asylum is under threat. States around the world have shut their borders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s now near impossible for most asylum seekers to travel in order to access protection and there is a real risk that this may become the new normal. The 1951 Convention Relating to […]

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  • 25 Jan 2019
    Alejandro L. Madrid
    Holly Buttimore

    Anouncement: New co-editor for Twentieth-Century Music

    Cambridge University Press is delighted to announce the appointment of Alejandro L. Madrid as co-editor of Twentieth-Century Music, joining co-editor Pauline Fairclough from January 2019. Since 2013, Alejandro has been professor of musicology and ethnomusicology at Cornell University’s Department of Music; before that, he was in the faculty of the Latino and Latin American Studies […]

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  • 3 Jul 2018
    Bill Ong Hing

    Deportation and the Trump Administration

    The outcry over the Trump Administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents has been overwhelming. The widespread criticism led to the President’s executive order halting the separation. However, the damage has been done to the emotional and physical well-being of the more than 2,500 children who were separated prior to the order. On […]

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  • 4 Apr 2014
    Robert A. McLeman

    Climate Change Will Cause More Migration, But That Shouldn’t Scare Anyone

    Robert McLeman, the author of Climate and Human Migration, explains how our changing climate will affect the way we live—specifically by influencing migration patterns around the globe.

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