Australia and Stateless Palestinians
Keywords:Australia, Palestinian asylum seekers, stateless Palestinians, statelessness, human rights, law
AbstractThis article considers Australia’s treatment of stateless Palestinian asylum seekers and discusses whether that treatment discharges Australia’s legal and/or moral obligations towards the individuals in question. The conclusion drawn is that it does not.
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