1 Population transfers and expulsions, which occur in differing situations and a wide variety of circumstances, are currently regulated by a complex patchwork of legal provisions encompassing the laws of armed conflict, human rights and development law. Population transfer is permitted only in exceptional and restricted circumstances, with the parameters of lawful transfer determined by express or implicit proscriptions found predominantly in human rights and/or international humanitarian law (Humanitarian Law, International). Unlawful population transfer is...
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