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Poverty, International Migration and Asylum
The purpose of this paper is to outline trends and patterns in movements of asylumseekers to Western so-called industrialized countries from 1990-2001. The paper begins by characterizing three distinct phases of asylum migration since the end of the Second World War. It then provides background material on global refugee and asylum movements, using statistics from UNHCR. The data for selected receiving countries and regions is discussed, followed by some remarks on changing routes used bydoi:10.1057/9780230522534_3 fatcat:gxn2vcomkvgz7hx2fgbau53abe