The lack or denial of protection is a principal feature of refugee character, and it is for international law, in turn, to substitute its own protection for that which the country of origin cannot or will not provide. Non-refoulement is the foundation-stone of international protection, and in this and the following two chapters the content of that protection is examined in more detail, with attention specifically to international institutions, treaties, solutions, and the incorporation of international standards in municipal law. The first intergovernmental...
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