Join India's Largest Community of Writers & Readers

Share this product with friends

Nànmín Concavity of China’s Refugee Policy

Author Name: Preethi Amaresh | Format: Hardcover | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

Nànmín is about China’s refugee policy and the country’s treatment of refugees’ from different ethnicities, besides China’s engagement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Despite China being a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention and the 1967 Protocol, it has no domestic definition of a refugee. China in fact has not prioritized a refugee policy. Though the country has emphasized addressing the root causes of the refugee crises, it has often failed in terms of refugee convention and protocol. China, being the second-largest economy in the world, should make an effort in treating all refugees equally. As the refugee crisis is set to increase at an unprecedented rate in the Post-COVID world, a comprehensive review of China’s refugee policy is the need of the hour for its reputation at the global stage.

Hardcover 345

Inclusive of all taxes


Enter pincode for exact delivery dates

Also Available On

Preethi Amaresh

Preethi Amaresh is a Political Scientist who is pursuing Doctor of International Relations from Geneva School of Diplomacy, Switzerland. She holds a double Masters degree in Psychology and International Relations and was the 2017 Batch topper (Gold Medalist) in International Relations from University of Madras, India. Ms. Preethi has interacted with International audiences and has presented her research papers in various leading Indian institutions, London, Colombo and Cape Town. She has worked and interned in renowned organizations, such as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Indian Council for Cultural Relations (Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India), National Institute of Advanced Studies (IISc, Bangalore) and ABK-AOTS Dosokai Japanese organization. Ms. Preethi is also a foreign affairs columnist and frequently writes for reputed international and national journals and magazines.