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The pitiful sight of many thousands of Iraqi refugees moving into the mountains on the Turkish border after the 1991 Gulf war touched prime ministers and presidents worldwide. The policy of safe havens was born. But planning for any new refugee crisis is woefully inadequate.

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Type

Journal article

Publisher

Royal Institute for International Affairs

Publication Date

02/2003

Volume

59 (2)