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Contents of vol. 33, no. 1, 2017 include:
- Power in the Global Refugee Regime: Understanding Expressions and Experiences of Power in Global and Local Contexts
- US Leadership and the International Refugee Regime
- Australia as a Powerbroker on Refugee Protection in Southeast Asia: The Relationship with Indonesia
- Power and Responsibility at the Margins: The Case of India in the Global Refugee Regime
- Effecting Change: Civil Servants and Refugee Policy in 1970s Canada
- Les hauts et les bas du financement canadien au HCR: quelle aide et pour quels réfugiés?
- UNHCR’s Origins and Early History: Agency, Influence, and Power in Global Refugee Policy
- Finding Space for Protection: An Inside Account of the Evolution of UNHCR’s Urban Refugee Policy
- The International Organization for Migration (IOM): Gaining Power in the Forced Migration Regime
Also included are four book reviews.